Reminder: Edmonds Trout Unlimited Chapter documentary on Alaska mine tonight

The Edmonds Chapter of Trout Unlimited will present the award-winning documentary, “Red Gold,” the story of a massive mining development that could destroy Bristol Bay, Alaska and the most pristine and productive sockeye salmon rivers in the world. The documentary will be shown at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16,  at the Edmonds Senior Center, 220 Railroad Ave.

The program — open to the public — will also feature Dwayne Meadows, Trout Unlimited Outreach Director, who will discuss the urgent need for awareness about Pebble Mine and its dire effect on an entire ecosystem.

According to an announcement from Edmonds Trout Unlimited, the Bristol Bay region is home to the largest sockeye runs in North America, with 40 million returning to its waters each year.

For more information, visit the Trout Unlimited Bristol Bay site or the Edmonds Salmon Chapter site.

  1. The name of the Senior Center at 220 Railroad Avenue in Edmonds… is the
    Edmonds Senior Center (not South Snohomish County Senior Center)! Thank you for correcting the name in your communications!
    Eve Wellington, Director
    Edmonds Senior Center
    220 Railroad Avenue
    Edmonds, WA 98020

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