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Conservation Media Supplies Dept. of Interior with Footage

Conservation Media Footage Used in US Dept. of Interior Video

Conservation Media supports Dept. of Interior video with footage. Greater sage grouse does not require endangered species act pr… Breaking: Thanks to the largest land conservation effort in U.S. history, the greater sage grouse does not need protection under the Endangered Species Act. Here’s why this collaborative conservation effort is […]

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Conservation Media Photography in Action

Oregon Sage-Grouse Action Plan Features CM Photography

Conservation Media supplied all the photography for the State of Oregon’s 247-page Sage-Grouse Action Plan, published in September 2015. You can see the full document here.

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Conservation Media Production Gets a Mention on US Senate Floor!

Conservation Media Production Gets a Mention on US Senate Floor!

On July 8th, 2015, US Senator Sheldon Whitehouse urged other members of congress to watch our client’s film, Co2ld Waters! He spelled out the film website that we created for Conservation Hawks, and reiterated it several times. We’re reaching people that can actually make BIG changes! See the plug in […]

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Co2ld Waters Making an Impact!

Co2ld Waters Making an Impact!

To date, our film Co2ld Waters starring Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, and which we produced for our client Conservation Hawks, has been screened in 67 cities in three countries with the 2015 Fly Fishing Film Tour, and then with the 2015 Orvis Down the Hatch Festival. It has been viewed […]

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R.L. Winston Rod Company posts Conservation Media production on their website!

Winston Rod Co. Shares CO2LD WATERS

We’re grateful to also have Winston Rod Co. share our fly fishing and climate change production. NOW LIVE ON WINSTONRODS.COM – COLD WATERS.This must-see film from Conservation Hawks educates anglers on the threat we… Posted by R.L. Winston Rod Company on Monday, May 4, 2015

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photo by Jeremy Roberts, Conservation Media

HIGH COUNTRY NEWS Uses Conservation Media Content

High Country News recently ran an article on the use of livestock guardian dogs to help predators and ranchers co-exist. They used several Conservation Media photos and embedded a video we proceed for a past client, People & Carnivores.You can read the https://www.hcn.org/articles/searching-for-the-best-dog-to-save-livestock-and-wildlife here.

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HATCH MAGAZINE Helps Spread Co2ld Waters Film.

HATCH MAGAZINE Helps Spread Co2ld Waters Film.

Hatch Magazine is helping to spread the word about our film Co2ld Waters. We’re grateful that they are taking on such an important issue like climate change, especially when a significant portion of their audience tend to be conservative sportsmen not inclined to support the overwhelming science on the issue. […]

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VITAL GROUND Hires CM for Grizzly Bear Outreach Campaign

VITAL GROUND Hires CM for Grizzly Bear Outreach Campaign

Conservation Media is proud to have developed the visual component to Vital Ground’s Right Place Campaign. We created several versions of this video, as well as worked on behind-the-scenes efforts, as well as overhauled the YouTube channel for our client Vital Ground. Vital Ground – Right Place Campaign from Conservation […]

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Conservation Media tells a story of sea ducks in the mountains, kayaks in science, and raging white water in National Parks.

Harlequin Duck Film Back On Line! <– Check Out the Trailer!

Each year at Conservation Media, we produce at least one conservation science film funded only by passion. Over 18 months ago, we embarked on one of those journeys with harlequin duck research in Glacier National Park. Things got really busy, however, and we had to put it on the back […]

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YALE UNIVERSITY’s e360 Honors Conservation Media!

YALE UNIVERSITY’s e360 Honors Conservation Media!

We’re happy to announce that we received third place in the Yale Environment 360 Video Contest! We submitted one our past films, Peak to Peak, and the judges liked it! If you haven’t see the short video, click on the image above and watch it on the Yale e360 site!

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