E-Meet Faryn Case, featured in the upcoming Klamath Tribes c’waam documentary, Killing the Klamath.
*Film Premieres March 18 at 8:30 p.m. on Southern Oregon Public Broadcasting (SOPBS).
*Available March 19th at www.klamathtribe.org
Meet, Siletz/Klamath native and film participant, Faryn Case. She’s a life-long resident and graduate of Oregon Institute of Technology with a degree in Environmental Science. She is currently a Biologist for the Klamath tribes research station. I’ve worked for the Tribes for almost three years. “ I enjoy being a part of the restoration of a species and look forward to seeing the big changes yet to come.”
Once the most important food in Oregon’s Upper Klamath Lake region, the C’waam and Koptu fish now face extinction as every summer toxic algae blooms and low water levels in the lake kill the young fish that are the future of the species.
FIRST LOOK: See a preview of a new documentary about the Klamath Tribes’ fight to save their sacred fish and Upper Klamath Lake before it’s too late.
*Premieres March 18 at 8:30 p.m. on Southern Oregon Public Broadcasting (SOPBS).
Re-airs on SOPBS:
Saturday, March 20 at 7:00pm
Sunday, March 21 at 2:30 a.m. and 6:30pm
*Will also be available to watch March 19th at: www.klamathtribes.org (Homepage)
See film Trailer NOW at: https://bit.ly/2NN8opj
See film Trailer NOW at: www.klamathtribes.org