This Saturday, the limited edition Chinook Salmon Angler’s Pint will make its debut appearance at the North Carolina premiere of the internationally acclaimed environmental documentary, The Memory of Fish.
The Memory of Fish is a film about a pulp mill worker and fisherman turned salmon advocate who uses his memories and persistence to battle for the biggest dam removal project in U.S. history. The North Carolina premiere will be hosted by The Collider, a nonprofit innovation center focused on catalyzing market-driven climate solutions.
I’m thrilled to be a small part of this event! Attendees of the screening will receive a complimentary Chinook Salmon Angler’s Pint, which they can immediately fill with beer from event sponsor Oskar Blues Brewery. For those who can’t attend the event, a very limited number of Chinook Salmon Angler’s Pints are available for purchase here. Each of the limited edition glasses is co-branded with the name of the event and the event sponsors Hunter Subaru and Oskar Blues Brewery.
In addition to screening The Memory of Fish, Saturday night’s event is a fundraiser for The Collider’s climate work, and more specifically, for The Collider’s internship program called the Dr. Thomas R. Karl Internship Program. The internship, which was created in honor of Tom Karl upon his retirement as Director of NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, aims to develop the next generation of climate solution leaders.
If you are in the area and want to attend, you can buy tickets for the event here. If you can’t be there but still want to support the awesome work of The Collider, you can either make a direct donation through this link, or you can purchase one of the limited edition Chinook Salmon Angler’s Pints from me. A portion of all sales of these glasses through either my Gallery or online store will go to supporting the Dr. Thomas R. Karl Internship Program.