Our friends at Platte Basin Timelapse (PBT) created a very nice radio piece about our restoration work that aired on NET Radio (Nebraska Educational Telecommunications) today. The link below includes that audio, along with a transcript and short video of our staff harvesting, mixing, and planting seed. You can also see video of me describing what we’re doing and why.
It’s always difficult to distill the complexities of land management and restoration into sound bites and video clips, but this was a very good description of our work. I really appreciate the time and consideration that Ariana Brocious, Peter Stegen, and others at PBT put into this project.
If you’re interested, you can see and hear the story HERE.
Ariana Brocious (with headphones) and Pete Stegen (green coat) collect audio and video footage as we prepare to overseed a degraded prairie in January of this year.
I think you should include video in your blog. You are good at speaking on camera.