Jim Thebaut, Renowned Executive Producer, Premiering Documentary Showing Water to Soon Be Scarce In Southern California
The screening [of this documentary] encompasses the Sanitation District, WRD, Metropolitan Water District, LADWP, West Basin and other Southern California Utilities collaborating to implement Water Reuse with the objective of complete Water Independence.
It’s a unique, historical, and a great, inspirational story.”
One should keep in mind it’s rare and amazing for water utility companies to step up and sponsor events like the free screening and discussion Director and Executive Producer Jim Thebaut has created and he and his colleagues have arranged. That’s how important this documentary is to all Southern Californians.
'California Watershed Healing' has garnered praise from a number of sources. Daniel Keppen, Executive Director of the Family Farm Alliance said, “…overall, I think this is excellent, and it's right in line with what our position has been on the need to restore our forests so they can function the way they once used to, particularly regarding water supply yield. …Great content, and awesome imagery. I like it”
Watershed healing is also an important National Security issue. Former Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano says, “It’s climate security, water security, food security… ensuring that those things are adequately taken into account and planned for is an unmet challenge, I would say, in the United States.”
It’s time for Southern Californians to get informed about what their water utilities are doing to protect them from inevitable shortages of water.
For a free screening of California Watershed Healing and to hear a discussion by local water agencies on drought-proofing our water future:
October 15, 2022 at 4 pm
The Warner Grand Theatre
478 W. 6th St., San Pedro, California
Boundless Media Inc.
email us here