World Water Day

In celebration of World Water Day, the Colorado Water Center, in partnership with the Environmental Justice Working Group and the Student Sustainability Center, is hosting a special screening of the award-winning National Geographic documentary Water and Power: A California Heist.

Water and Power: A California Heist traces the story of California’s complex water system, in which a handful of corporate land owners took advantage of a state-engineered system and gained control of the state’s most precious public resource, while drought left local homeowners with dry wells. California residents and farmers face powerful barons in the struggle to secure water rights in this fresh historical account of profit and interests.

Wednesday, March 27 at the Lyric Cinema
6:30 PM – welcome and remarks
6:50 PM – film screening

Tickets are $15 for regular admission and $10 for students (ID required).

All proceeds will benefit Trees, Water & People. TWP is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to improve lives by helping communities to protect, conserve, and manage their natural resources.

Tickets are now on sale on Lyric Cinema’s website.