Tuesday April 14, 2015 7pm – 9pm
Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse Berkeley
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The Rim Fire was one of the nation’s worst disaster’s and one of the worst fires California has ever had. Come see an amazing and powerful presentation, and ask questions about The Rim Fire and its effects on the land we love by the US Forest Service, as they work towards reforesting an area the size of Los Angeles!
7pm Welcome by The Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp
7:15pm – 7:30pm “The Fire Next Time” – an amazing 13 min. film on The Rim Fire and Mega-Fires by Stephen Most and Kevin White of Filmmakers Collaborative SF.
7:30pm – 8:15pm The Impact of The Rim Fire and How You Can be Involved in the future of the Stanislaus Forest
Clare Long – Rim Fire Recovery Partnership and Volunteer Coordinator
Seth Connolly – Tuolumne River Trust – Restoration and Volunteer Coordinator
Q&A with Scott Tangenberg – Deputy Forest Supervisor – USFS
8:15pm What does camp look like today? Slide Show of Camp Tuolumne, December 2014
8:25pm – 8:45pm Update on Berkeley’s Tuolumne Camp by the City Recreation Staff
8:45pm Closing thank you’s – The Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp
9pm 5 min of unseen footage that was saved in the fire of Camp Tuolumne in 1948
please note: The presentation includes video of The Rim Fire up close – we hear and see the fire in amazing footage. This event may not be good for small children. Please feel free to email me personally (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
Executive Director FOBTC
& the Board of the Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp