In an effort to share the amazing story that is unfolding on Interstate 90 just east of Snoqualmie Pass, our coalition is developing a film for completion by the end of this year and public release in 2018 (the year the first wildlife overpass will be completed). Cascade Crossroads will chronicle the human and ecological narratives that intersected in a singular project within a special landscape – making it safer for both wildlife and drivers. Besides documenting the history of this groundbreaking project, we hope this film will inspire similar solutions elsewhere.
Be a Film Sponsor
Be a part of making this film possible by making a sponsorship contribution. All film sponsors will be recognized in film credits and associated communication materials, while receiving an invitation to our film release event. Credits in all products will give consideration to the levels of sponsorship. Sponsorship levels are:
- Under $500: Supporting Role Level
- $500 and up: Breaking Ground Level
- $2500 and up: Bridging Futures Level
- $5000 and up: Creating Connections Level
- $10,000 and up: Leaving a Legacy Level
Add your name to this list and help make this project possible! Make a gift online through our fiscal sponsors donation page, and mark “I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition film” in the comment box, or mail a check into our office at I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition, 1829 10th Ave W, Suite B, Seattle WA 98119. Please make checks payable to our fiscal sponsor “Conservation Northwest” with reference to “I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition film” in the memo line.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor and have any questions, contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you to the individuals and organizations who have already expressed support for the project through sponsorship commitments: Atkinson Construction, Conservation Northwest, Kittitas Audubon, Mountaineers Foundation, Mountains to Sound Greenway, Sierra Club, Summit at Snoqualmie, Tom and Sonya Campion, Washington Foundation for the Environment, and Wilburforce Foundation.
Trailer created by Ted Grudowski, Kris Browne, and Sandy Asher. More info at tedgrudowski.com
Thanks to the organizations and individuals who contributed video, photos and content to this trailer: Conservation Northwest, Washington State Department of Transportation, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, The Nature Conservancy, Ben Hammond with Lighthawk, Chase Gunnell, John Marshall, Steve Gnam, Sean Frego.
Many organizations and individuals have made the story that is unfolding in the I-90 corridor of Washington State possible. We look forward to recognizing them in the feature documentary.