Water for the Prairies

Water for the Prairies

| 18 min

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This 1950s' film looks at the measures to preserve water flow from the Rocky Mountains. With the steady falling of the water table, the exploitation of timber stands and the recession of glaciers, water conservation was an urgent concern of the Alberta and federal governments.

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Water for the Prairies, Lawrence Cherry, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Lawrence Cherry
  • photography
    Lawrence Cherry
  • producer
    Evelyn Cherry
    Lawrence Cherry
  • script
    Jack Ammon
    Evelyn Cherry
  • editing
    Victor Jobin
  • music
    Eldon Rathburn

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