Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West – 03.24.2012


World Premiere “Whiskey is for drinkin’. Water is for fightin’,” says Jeff Ehlert, a fly fishing guide in Rocky Mountain National ParkWelcome by Marc Pachter, Interim Director, National Museum of American History. Opening Remarks by Lisa P. Jackson, Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Film Introduction by Robert Redford.

Panel discussion moderated by Marc Pachter with filmmakers Mark Decena and James Redford, Sandra Postel, Freshwater Fellow at the National Geographic Society, Osvel Hinojosa-Huerta, director of Pro Natura’s Colorado River Delta Program and Edith Santiago, Delta Restoration Project Manager, Sonoran Institute.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

THIS SCREENING IS FULLY BOOKED. FREE. Reservations required. There will be a stand-by line to fill in any unclaimed seats.

All reservations are only good until 2:40. After that, you no longer have a reservation and you must join the stand-by line. No exceptions. Please arrive early to make sure you get through security in time. You and any guest must be present to claim your spots. Please call the Museum at 202-633-4176 with any questions.

This is a change from the printed program.

National Museum of American History, Warner Bros. Theater
14th St. & Constitution Ave., NW
(Metro: Federal Triangle or Smithsonian, Mall exit)