The exclusive airing of the new Todd Stanley film “Rubicon Trail,” endorsed by the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, will be cable-cast on SCA-TV2 on April 22.
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“Rubicon Trail” shows “the wrong” and the “how-to-make-it-right” views of being environmentally conscious.
The film cost nearly $100,000 to produce; about two-thirds of the funding came from a California grant funded by off-road vehicle fees and the rest was provided through volunteers on the film.
This film will premiere on Earth Day, April 22, on Sierra Community Access Television Comcast Channel 2 during evening prime time viewing. Check the SCA-TV2 website, www.sierratv2.blogspot.com, on Earth Day, for exact broadcast times.
Programs aired on Earth Day will be part of regular programming the week before and after Earth Day, and throughout the spring.