Climate Change Across America

An Art Film About Climate Impacts 
Coming in 2020
Full Trip Log, Summer Filming Season 2018: June 27 through August 11 – Austin to the Arctic Circle via California. The expedition was 16,199 miles, 46 days, 42 different camps, 2 motels – Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Yukon Territory, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado. Total miles to date in four years of filming: 43,000.
 

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June 9, Trull Fire, Santa Rosa, CA, Found Pets.

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July 9

 

June 9, Trull Fire. Love messages from the folks in Sonoma County. A tough day of filming.

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Matanuska Glacier

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July 28, Denali State Park: Redkill south of Denali.

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July 29, Tok, Alaska Hwy, Eastern Alaska: permafrost melt

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August 3, The community of Jasper, BC, north of Jasper NP

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August 3, Jasper NP: big spruce beetle attack.

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August 9, Bull Draw Fire, South of Grande Junction, CO: Very smoky, very dry, big fire year.

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