The first two films of our new film series, “Hold Our Ground” were just released and debuted at Colorado State University (CSU) Spur on Sept. 19th. This series focuses on communicating the soil health journeys of farmers and ranchers and was produced in collaboration with the CSU Center for Science Communication.
These films are our biggest project and collaboration to date. Being able to share science in this way was made possible through the Saving Tomorrow’s Agricultural Resources (STAR) grant, and we are excited to have been able to film and produce this series.
We traveled all across the state of Colorado to connect with STAR farmers and ranchers to hear about their work and to have critical conversations about challenges, opportunities and, most importantly, foster relationships with the faces behind our food.
The “Hold Our Ground” film series seeks to use visual storytelling as a means to engage and inform both agricultural producers and the public of the importance of soil health. To learn more about this project, check out this CSU Source article.
If you’re interested in this type of project, we would love to discuss our client-focused process of producing high-quality films with you.