Anderson Marsh State Historic Park is one of the most special places in all of California. Home of the Koi people, the first humans to colonize the area and still living there today, its majestic landscapes, diverse wildlife and history span 14,000 years, the longest continuous occupation of any territory in all of California. Their deep cultural heritage prompted the extraordinary events that led to the park’s creation and serves as a foundation for the current effort to protect the amazing resources the park holds. This documentary showcases their longevity, tragic removal and the fight to preserve their culture and land.
Screening time: Sunday, May 6 at 3:08PM
Length: 30 min
Director: Daniel Bruns
Producer: Brian Brazeal, Leslie Steidl, Greg White, Dino Beltran, John Parker, Darin Beltran, Drake Beltran
Producer Web site: http://www.csuchico.edu/alva
Distributor: Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology at CSU, Chico