Premiere Screening of:"Clearing The Water"The Story of theLakes Region Clean Waters Association
Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 2 p.m.Belknap Mill, Laconia, NHCall 800-545-3130 for more information
"Clearing the Water" tells the story of a group of citizens taking action to clean up New Hampshire's Lake Winnisquam back in the early 1970s. Their actions led to the construction of a major waste water treatment plant in Franklin that serves 10 communities in the Lakes Region. The Clean Waters Association then went on to other issues that keep New Hampshire Lakes clear and inviting.
Many of the people involved and instrumental in the LRCWA were interviewed for this documentary, including William Ruckleshaus, first administrator of the federal Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA made one of its first grants to move along the work of the Clean Water Association. They also presented the Association with the first EPA Environmental Protection Award in 1975.
This is the story of citizen action and the importance of protecting the environment. The Lakes Region Clean Waters Association provided leadership to the entire country in the very early days of the environmental movement.
This fifty minute documentary was produced by John Gfroerer and Accompany Video Production of Concord, NH. Accompany is a full service video production company located at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. If you have been thinking about using video to promote your business, get out a message, or just tell a story, please give us a call.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
New Hampshire-based Accompany Video to premiere new documentary on the Lakes Region Clean Waters Association
[From John Gfroerer at Accompany Video Production in Concord, NH.]