Spawning Grounds Discussion Panel
Nils Cowan, film director. About the filmmaker: Nils has worked as a writer, producer and director for more than fifteen years. A native of Calgary, Canada, he directed his first documentary short, Gated Communities, about troubling mental health policies in 2000. He then moved to the thriving network documentary market of Washington, DC, where he wrote and produced series and specials for National Geographic, PBS and BET. Ten years ago, he moved back west to the growing production scene in Seattle, focusing on natural history, science and current affairs. He has since written and produced several award-winning documentary films and shorts about subjects ranging from drug policy reform to radio astronomy, and from reproductive justice to urban art.
Zoe Furlong, film editor.
McKenna Sweet Dorman. Governmental Affairs and Special Projects, Snoqualmie Indian Tribe
Alex Harwell. Outreach Coordinator, Environmental & Natural Resource Department, Snoqualmie Tribe
Perry Falcone. Perry Falcone is King County’s Kokanee Recovery Manager coordinating the Lake Sammamish Kokanee Work Group and an innovative funding partnership to achieve kokanee recovery. He has over 20 years of experience in salmon recovery, habitat restoration and endangered species conservation.
6. David Kyle. Lake Sammamish Kokanee Restoration Project Manager, Trout Unlimited
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