I was a production assistant on this beautiful documentary from The Kitchen Sisters. Here's what they say about the piece" Mark Dubois, co-founder of Friends of the River, Earth Day and International Rivers Network, began as a river guide who opened up rafting trips to disabled people in the 1970s. Dubois protested the damming and flooding of the Stanislaus River by hiding himself in the river canyon and chaining himself to a rock as the water rose. Katie Lee, born 1919, a former Hollywood starlet, ran the Colorado through Glen Canyon long before it was dammed and in 1955 was the 175th person to run the Grand Canyon. An outspoken conservationist, singer and writer, she has spent her life fighting for rivers. Ken Sleight, now 83, is a long time river and pack guide and activist in southern Utah who fought the damming of Glen Canyon and filling of Lake Powell. An inspiration for Ed Abbey's, Monkey Wrench Gang, Sleight is currently working on the campaign to remove Glen Canyon Dam."
You can listen to the full piece HERE (on The Kitchen Sisters' Sound Cloud Page)