Instilling stewardship in a community can be big task. That is why Trout Unlimited decided to produce a video that could quickly reach their target audience in a meaningful way.
Trout Unlimited strives to conserve, protect, and restore North America’s cold-water fisheries and their watersheds. In Central Oregon, the Metolius River is being restored to repair the riverbank erosion from river users. Educating the public about staying on the trails while using the river for recreation is an important part of the restoration effort to ensure long-term success of the project.
This video was shared with a national audience through the Trout Unlimited national website as well as directly to Metolius River visitors. The video has helped increase membership at the Deschutes Chapter annual event and is being submitted into film festivals in 2014.
“I highly recommend you for any filmmaking that requires footage in the outdoors and telling a good story. Your team captured some beautiful imagery, and more importantly, you have helped us capture a complex story in a short amount of time and brought it to life. I was very impressed with how you tied together scenic footage, interviews, capturing work in action, and bringing in extra audio and music to pull together a compelling video story. Thank you for such a professional job and enjoyable film-making experience!”
Darek Staab, Trout Unlimited, Project Manager
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