Glen Canyon Rediscovered chronicles a 350-mile, sea-kayak-based journey to the remote and lost wonders of Glen Canyon, the "place no one knew." As a result of climate change and an over-tapped Colorado River, Lake Powell is receding and the intricate side canyons, resurrected desert beauty, and forgotten cultural wonders of Glen Canyon are emerging from the depths of the reservoir.
The film investigates the history of Lake Powell's creation and explores the young team's relationship to the changed world of Glen Canyon as it seeks to inspire other young people to pursue adventure and take an active role in managing and conserving their natural resources.
Premiere on National Geographic Short Film Showcase: nationalgeographic.com/environment/2018/12/glen-canyon-rediscovered-film-kayak-dam/
Awards: Durango Independent Film Festival - Jury Honorable Mention
Official Selection: Flagstaff Mountainfilm Festival, Durango Independent Film Festival, Paddling Film Festival World Tour, Wild Rivers Film Tour