"We are Waters" Rochester Double Feature Drive-In Movie Event
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1 Ticket per Vehicle.
"We are Waters" Rochester Double Feature Drive-In Movie Event. The Olmsted Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with 125 Live, Rochester My Home, Sustainable Driftless, and The City of Rochester in hosting a drive-in movie night at 125 Live in Rochester, MN.
We will have organizers from the filming of Decoding the Driftless give an introduction to the film as well as participate in an interactive Q and A during and after the screening.
Decoding the Driftless – 1 HR - Join us for a wild ride of adventure above, on, and below the amazing Driftless Region! Emmy- winning filmmakers George Howe, Tim Jacobson, Rob Nelson, and Neil Rettig have teamed up with Jonas Stenstrom of Untamed Science, to capture fantastic footage of the Driftless Region, and weave it into a compelling story, in a way never done before. You'll soar over ancient rugged bluffs, skim the surface of primordial rivers, venture deep underground to mysterious secret worlds, marvel at sacred archeological treasures, and hang perilously over massive rock cliffs. One thing for sure, you’ll never forget this film, and you'll want to share it with everyone you know!
Kiss the Ground – 1.5 HR - A revolutionary group of activists, scientists, farmers, and politicians’ band together in a global movement of "Regenerative Agriculture" that could balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies, and feed the world.
The Mission of the Olmsted Soil and Water Conservation District is to promote more sustainable resources utilization and protection of natural resources in the County. The Soil and Water Conservation District assists farmers, communities, watershed planners and landowners in developing and implementing conservation and resource management systems and practices. The Soil and Water Conservation District also serves as a source for conservation and resource information and provides environmental education for county residents.
We Are Water MN is a collaboration of the Minnesota Humanities Center, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the Minnesota Historical Society and the Minnesota Departments of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources. This exhibition was developed with money from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund that was created with a vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008