Dammed: The Story of Alabama's Rivers

Dams can permanently disturb the structure and function of once free-flowing water bodies, and the damming of the Coosa River has resulted in one of the largest extinction events in U.S. history with 40 species lost forever. How has the damming of Alabama's rivers altered our watersheds, water quality, and water quantity of our state?

Learn more about the impacts dams can have on our river systems, and options and alternatives to dams.

About the Director

Katherine Gorringe is a documentary producer, director, editor, and sound recordist based in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is the current Program Director for the Southern Exposure film fellowship. Katherine has worked on nonfiction productions for The History Channel, independent filmmaker Laurie Collyer, and her films have been featured on the Smithsonian Magazine website, at SXSW, LunaFest, Dam Shorts Film Festival, Oakland International Film Festival, and the Festival International De Programmes Audiovisuels in Biarritz, France, among others. Katherine holds an MFA in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University.

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