No Man's Land Film Screening

Addresse110 N F St
AtSalida Mountain Sports
CountyStanislaus (CA1206)
110 N F St
Salida Mountain Sports
Stanislaus (CA1206)
Tel 2017-12-09
Categoria Events
No Man

Information about several management planning processes on public lands in the region will precede the film. This information session will be provided by Colorado Mountain Club, The Quiet Use Coalition, The Wilderness Society, Conservation Colorado, Sierra Club, Wild Connections, and Rocky Mountain Wild. $10 suggested donation at the door. More info regarding Pike and San Isabel Travel Management here:

"Up close and personal, No Man’s Land delivers a first hand look at the patriots movement, and those individuals clashing with an intrusive federal government at Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January 2016. With intimate access to individuals caught up in this impasse between disgruntled and disenfranchised citizens and government officials, the doc culminates in the arrest and acquittal of occupation leaders Ammon and Ryan Bundy, with another individual involved not making it out alive."
Join us and the Colorado Mountain Club on December 9th to learn about several management planning processes underway on public lands in our area including travel management plan revision on the Pike San Isabel National Forest, followed by a special screening of the film No Man’s Land and a Q&A with the film’s producer Stash Wislocki.

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