Thought this might be of interest to folks in the Chesapeake Network: Here’s a short (5 min.) animated video about Green Infrastructure & Stormwater Mgm’t, designed for the general public, produced by University of Georgia Sea Grant and other collaborators. See the link in the message below, and send any inquiries or comments directly to Keren Giovengo, as listed below. (Please also forward this resource to colleagues and constituents in other networks or list-serves you have access to.) Thank you-
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Keren Giovengo
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2017 2:23 PM
To: Keren Giovengo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: New animated coastal GA green infrastruture video by UGA EcoScapes, SCAD, and Georgia Forestry Commission
I wanted to share with you an exciting new animated video that focuses on promoting healthy coastal Georgia ecosystems through green infrastructure sustainable land use practices.
The EcoScapes Sustainable Land Use Program of the UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant worked with a Collaborative Learning Center class and professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to create a short (five minute) animated video on green infrastructure and stormwater management in coastal Georgia. The 2D and 3D educational video was a collaborative effort between myself [University of Georgia Sea Grant], SCAD, and Georgia Forestry Commission (who funded the project).
You can view the video here: [vimeo 193902038]. Hope you enjoy it! We encourage you to share this with others!
The video complements UGA EcoScapes’s ongoing program efforts to provide pubic outreach, education, and technical assistance regarding the important role of healthy ecosystems, ecological landscaping, and other sustainable land use practices in Georgia. You can find out more on these topics at the UGA EcoScapes website: http://marex.uga.edu/ecoscape/ (currently undergoing further development).
Please contact me if you have any questions!