The idea for Dog Dazed came in a moment of great personal embarrassment. About two years ago I attended a public meeting in the Capilano River Regional Park near my home in North Vancouver – an information session about off-leash restrictions in the local watershed where I walk my dog. A large pack of area
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So my dog Billie isn’t super big – under 50 pounds – and we definitely don’t overfeed her svelte Husky/Whippet X self. (Love the dog, can you tell?) But yesterday she pooped FOUR times. It was a day like this a year or so ago that got me thinking about just how much dog poop
We’re honoured (and excited!) that Alexandra’s Echo will be included in the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. It’s the largest environmental film festival in the U.S., and is known for being an inspirational, eye-opening and entertaining event. Some even call it the next Sundance. Here’s how organizers describe it: “We show environmental and adventure films that
British Columbians care passionately about their wild salmon – the proof was in the downpour. Despite unrelenting rain, the Paddle for Wild Salmon flotilla grew to about 100 by the time it completed its run down the Fraser River on October 25th. And there on the beach to greet the paddlers were about 400 more,
Our film Alexandra’s Echo, which follows biologist Alexandra Morton’s tireless commitment to saving the world’s last wild salmon runs, wowed audiences at San Francisco’s Ocean Film Festival. Alexandra’s Echo took home the “Best Environmental Film” Award.