Fragile Waters

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies of Issaquah
6:30 PM, Friday, October 26, 2018 PST
Location: Issaquah Depot (click for map)

Focusing on the local Southern Resident orcas and wild Chinook salmon, this film explores the fragile and threatened relationship between people, whales, water, and fish, as well as their environment, the Salish Sea.

“Fragile Waters” features the untold story of one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world and those who are working desperately to save them. Coastal Native tribes had a saying, “No fish, no Blackfish,” which meant without Chinook salmon, there are no orcas. “Fragile Waters” is the story of connectivity, balance and finding solutions. It is also a call to action, for the Southern Resident Killer Whales are in a perilous and steady decline.

With guest from Orca Network:

Special Guests: Wendie Levy of Orca Network

Sponsors: Issaquah History Museums, Humanities Washington, and 4Culture.

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Release Year: 2014

Running Time: 51 min

Director: Shari Macy, Rick Wood

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