"Dry Times" screening and virtual discussion
Environment America and Environment California are offering a free screening of "Dry Times" from March 18 to the 28 and a virtual discussion on the film March 25 at 6 p.m. ET.
"Dry Times" takes us to California in 2016, when the state was experiencing among its most persistent and intense droughts in history. The film explores the environmental and personal impacts of water scarcity on three individuals living in various parts of California.
In our interactive discussion, we'll expand upon the significance of California's historic drought. Environment America's Senior Director of Clean Water for America Campaign, John Rumpler, and Environment California State Director, Laura Deehan, will discuss their ongoing work championing water conservation and clean water for all.