In July of 2009, the Pebble Pedalers, a two-man team of conservation-minded cyclists began a 17,000-mile journey to raise awareness of and garner support for protecting the Bristol Bay Watershed from the largest proposed open pit mine in North America. Riding through 15 countries—from Prudhoe Bay, the northernmost point accessible by road in Alaska, to Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost tip of Argentina—we work towards preservation, protection and the restoration of watersheds throughout the Americas in partnership with Trout Unlimited. Please join our fight by educating yourselves on this critical issue and taking action with both pen and pocketbook.
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San Francisco Send Off and Red Gold Screening
Elise interviewed the many guests at Seth and Parker Berling's going away party on Saturday, May 16th, 2009. They are embarking on a bicycle trek from Alaska to Argentina.
Did you know 1.2 billion people in our world don't have access to clean water and more than 2 million people, mostly children, die each year from preventable waterborne illnesses? These statistics inspired 3 adventurers from different corners of the U.S. to kayak the entire Mississippi River to raise awareness for this alarming global water crisis. Join Team WAB today.
Watch the trailer for Felt Soul Media's 2007 film that sought to answer which is more valuable, self-sustaining runs of salmon that have enriched the local environment and fishermen for thousands of years or the $300 billion of ore buried at the headwaters of the bay.