North Cascades Glacier Documentary

Help us raise money to finish the story the disappearing glaciers of the North Cascades and Mauri Pelto, the man who studies them.
Film
$3,865USD
raised of $10,000 goal
39%
0 time left
This campaign started on Nov 22 and closed on January 31, 2011 (11:59pm PT).
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This campaign ended on January 31, 2011
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  • $25USD
    The Hiker

    You will receive an “I love glaciers” bumpersticker, a special thanks in the limited edition DVD, and the special feeling of being a part of this important story. (amount over $1 is tax-deductible)

    5 claimed

  • $50USD
    The Glissader

    In addition to the above, you will receive: one admission to a special screening of the documentary followed by a question and answer with Mauri Pelto. (amount over $5 is tax-deductible)

    4 claimed

  • $100USD
    The Crevasse Jumper

    In addition to the above, you will receive a copy of a limited edition DVD with extra features. (amount over $20 is tax-deductible)

    2 claimed

  • $250USD
    The Ice Climber

    You will help us climb closer to our goal and receive in addition to the above: a 11x14 framed print of an archival photograph depicting the massive glaciers on Mount Baker as they were. The photo was taken in 1958, by Asahel Curtis, who the Lower Curtis glacier is named after. (amount over $40 is tax-deductible)

    5 claimed

  • $500USD
    The Deposition Zone

    You will receive in addition to the above: a 14x16 framed print of a photograph depicting the size and position of the giant Easton glacier on Mount Baker in 1958. The photo was taken by Asahel Curtis, who the Lower Curtis glacier is named after. (amount over $50 is tax-deductible)

    0 claimed

  • $750USD
    The Accumulation Zone

    You will receive in addition to the above: a 16x20 framed print of an archival photograph depicting how big the Lower Curtis glacier on Mount Shuksan used to be. The photo was taken in 1906, by Asahel Curtis, who the Lower Curtis glacier is named after. (amount over $60 is tax-deductible)

    0 claimed

  • $850USD
    3 Day Glacier Field Trip

    Join Mauri Pelto on the disappearing Columbia glacier or the crevasse ridden Easton Glacier during the 2011 field season. You will participate in the science of measuring glaciers and see first hand how they are changing. The director, Cory Kelley, will accompany you and provide for transportation from Seattle, food, and specialty gear (crampons and ice axe). This perk is appropriate for anyone who is in good physical shape and wants a unique adventure where few go. (amount over $100 is tax-deductible)

    0 out of 4 claimed

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