Movie night at The Flicks features river conservation films

  • The Flicks 646 West Fulton Street Boise, ID, 83702 United States

Tickets cost $10 and can be ordered from IDAWRA@gmail.com or bought at the Flicks. 
For more information on the IDAWRA: state.awra.org/idaho/. 

Our Local Epic

 This is story of protecting the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River. Steeped in the lore of Chief Joseph’s escape from pursuing cavalry, the place was believed to be impassible. Adventurous kayakers began exploring the depths of the canyon as development projects were proposed to change the river forever. Unlikely alliances, the intertwining of different lives, and the work of one tireless man succeeded in protecting this National treasure. Starring Yvon Chouinard, Lamar Empey, Rob Lesser, Mick Hopkinson, and Aaron Pruzan. 

The Wild President

From NRS Films: President Jimmy Carter grew up in awe of nature's wonder. But it wasn't until he first paddled the Chattooga River that he understood the power and majesty of a wild, free-flowing stream. The Wild President tells the story of Carter's pioneering tandem-canoe descent of Bull Sluice Rapid and how the experience transformed his life and politics. In 1974, Carter successfully pushed to designate 57 miles of the Chattooga as Wild & Scenic, permanently protecting it from development and dams. 

In Love with Frank

This is a love story with a wild place: tributaries of Idaho's Middle Fork of the Salmon River: Rapid River, Loon Creek and Camas Creek. Middle Fork guides Seth Dahl, Todd Richey and Mike Bond explore and discuss how wilderness, kayaking, and the guide lifestyle has, and will continue to, shape their lives. 

Freshwater Fueling Your Every Adventure

What do paddling a kayak, fly fishing, and deep powder turns all have in common? Freshwater. The Freshwater Trust teamed up with outdoor apparel company TREW Gear to create a new video creatively showing that freshwater indeed fuels every adventure.