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Welcome to our Online Auction!
Started
March 31, 2017
11:30 AM PDT
Ended
April 18, 2017
10:00 PM PDT

Welcome to the online portion our the Wild & Scenic Film Festival Silent Auction! We here at Washington Water Trust are thrilled to partner with our sponsors and donors to offer you another year of gear and getaway packages sure to bring out your wild side!

We've searched far and wide for partners that believe in Washington Water Trust's mission. Through their generosity, we're able to offer some truly exciting auction prizes that fit the Wild & Scenic Film Festival themes.

Please join us at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Seattle on Wednesday, April 19th at the SIFF Cinema Uptown. Online bidding will be carried over to the live event and continue until the end of intermission. Auction winners will be announced at the end of the evening!

Proceeds from this event will support Washington Water Trust's work to protect and restore our state's rivers and streams!

Happy bidding!

Washington Water Trust

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Washington Water Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving and protecting stream flows and water quality throughout Washington state.

Across Washington state, society's demand for water is exceeding supply. That, coupled with climate change, means in late summer, when people, fish and wildlife need cool, ample flows the most, many Washington streams and rivers run low if not dry. Low water flow threatens the waters that frame our very identity in the Pacific Northwest. Extinction looms for salmon and steelhead across the state. Plants and wildlife suffer. Our natural systems become less resilient to the effects of climate change. Recreational opportunities dry up with low stream flows and agricultural production is diminished.

Since 1998, Washington Water Trust has been restoring healthy and sustainable flows to our state's rivers and streams. We use voluntary, market-based transactions and cooperative partnerships to create balanced solutions. To date, we have improved flows, even during drought years, along more than 550 miles of stream and secured upwards of 28.28 billion gallons of water to remain in stream. So, fish, agriculture, businesses and wildlife-upon which we all depend--can thrive.

Live Event Information:
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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Seattle|April 19th |5:30 pm |SIFF Cinema Uptown

Join Washington Water Trust as we host the 4th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Seattle on April 19th at the SIFF Cinema Uptown in Queen Anne. The 2017 Festival celebrates adventure and conservation with 12 films transporting viewers to: Utah’s canyon country, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the US-Mexico Border, Alaska’s Susitna River, the Seven Summits and the northern Highlands of Peru!

Happy hour with local food, beer, wine and soda. Silent auction bidding will continue at the live event with winners announced at the end of the evening!

The fun begins at 5:30 pm. Celebrate Seattle Earth Week at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival and support Washington Water Trust's work to improve and protect stream flows and water quality throughout Washington state!

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