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Fragile Waters| 51mins
Director: Rick Wood & Shari Macy | Producer: Orca Network
Focus Years: 2014 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, earth as her, ecology, environment, resources, sustainability, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
This groundbreaking documentary from Blaine residents/filmmakers Rick Wood and Shari Macy, in collaboration with the Orca Network, explores the fragile relationship between people, whales, water, and fish. Focusing on the local Southern Resident orcas and wild Chinook salmon, as well as their environment, the Salish Sea, the film spotlights the people – orca experts, fishermen, hatchery scientists and Native leaders – who are currently working to save both the whales and the salmon in a multi-pronged effort that is aimed at preventing an ecological disaster unparalleled in modern times.

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