Source to Sea Event in San Francisco

An event inspired by the California Salmon Crisis. These evenings are a multilayered combination of films, discussions, performance art, story telling, live music, grassroots news telling and a chance to find out how you can help the Salmon be restored to their natural abundance.

Salmon Event in San Francisco – tickets on sale NOW!

SOURCE TO SEA Environmental Film Festival
CounterPULSE: 1310 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Friday and Saturday July 18 & 19, 7-11 pm $15 each night, $25 for both(Saturday 4pm – free workshop on the salmon crisis and what you can do)
or call the Source to Sea Coalition at 323-823-5377

The SOURCE TO SEA Environmental Film Festival is hosted by a coalition of bay area activists, artists, and performers working to engage people in the Bay Area with our greater watershed – from the San Francisco Bay to the Yuba River in the Sierra Nevada. Join us and reconnect to your headwaters! A benefit for the Save Yuba Salmon campaign, the SOURCE TO SEA festival presents top films from the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival, (the largest environmental film festival in the United States) along with performance, live music, food, drinks, and discussion of the California salmon crisis. Featured films will explore trans-species communication in “Edge of Eden: Living with Grizzlies” and the 35-year evolution of Greenpeace in “Making a Stand”.