[Full Film] Purple Mountains w/ Jeremy Jones

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Learn more and make a plan to vote: https://www.purplemountainsfilm.com/

Our outdoor playgrounds are in peril and our votes this November will decide their future. Professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones has watched winters change drastically during his 45 years spent in the mountains. More extreme weather, fewer snow days, and economic strain on mountain towns.

And yet, climate change remains a divisive issue. In the new film Purple Mountains, Jeremy seeks common ground in the heart of America's purple states, having honest discussions with individuals who don't see eye to eye with him.

 


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