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Rated NR · 93 minutes · 2008

Documentary

Wetlands, for many years, evokes a spirit, a community, an ethos. People still rave about the time they first encountered Dave Matthews Band, Blues Traveler, Phish or Pearl Jam at the legendary New York City rock club. Others never visited, but have seen the Signature wetlands bus in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, or have listened to the celebrated live recordings that originated from the club's intimate stage. Still others participated in the Wetlands' working groups for social and environmental advocacy and remain tethered to its influential Activism Center.

Official Site: www.wetlandspreserved.com
Director: Dean Budnick
Writer: Dean Budnick
Producer: Robert K. DiFazio
Cast: Mabili Kregg Ajamu, Greg Attonito, Rob Barraco, Chris Barron and Tim Barry

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