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Conservation Media & the National Building Museum

Conservation Media & the National Building Museum

Conservation Media provided logistical and production support for a short film by Richard Neill on wildfire and home ignitions featuring world-renown fire physicist Jack Cohen. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbJ1LoHBMNpmKMP2UQWy6Dg Subscribe to Conservation Media on YouTube! Visit our channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbJ1LoHBMNpmKMP2UQWy6Dg

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End of the Season

End of the Season

This is a PSA we created for Conservation Hawks, a non-partisan group of hunters and fishermen defending their future by addressing climate change. End of the Season from Conservation Media on Vimeo.

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TWO Official Selections in One Festival!

TWO Official Selections in One Festival!

We are pleased to announce that our short films have picked up two more Official Selections, and in the same festival no less! Open Space and Crossroads both made the cut at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival this year. We plan on attending, so we’ll see you there!

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Time Lapse – Pine White (Neophasia menapia) Emergence (0:29)

The Northern Rockies are experiencing one of the largest pine white (Neophasia menapia) irruptions in decades. Pine trees, mostly ponderosas, are filled with billions of white butterflies.

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Canon 7D – Owlet Dolly Sequence (0:47)

Here is a quick little sequence from our ramblings down along the creek this week. The sequence was shot using a Canon 7D and a newly constructed dolly that doubles as a solar panel support. Enjoy

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EPA Video – Wetland Legacy (2:48)

This is a quick promo piece Conservation Media put together for an EPA video contest. The film recently won TWO Silver Telly Awards, for Nature/Environment and for Cinematography. It was a lot of fun to make and we were terribly lucky to catch not one, but two acts of wetland […]

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Disturbance – 8,000 more eyeballs!

Disturbance – 8,000 more eyeballs!

Conservation Media just received word that our film Disturbance, about fire ecology and politics in the northern Rockies, was viewed by another 4,000 people at the American Conservation Film Festival this fall. We were honored to have our film open the festival this year, and hope that we sparked another […]

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