The Conservation Fund wanted to share the many benefits of their Working Forest Fund model through a recent successful purchase and restoration.
Vermont’s Forests, Parks and Recreation Department took the lead in producing a national video celebrating the first 25 years of the Forest Legacy Program. This documentary, highlighting success stories in Arizona, Florida, Montana, New Mexico and Vermont, will air on state PBS stations and be used in agency training programs.
Created to help preserve these stories for Abenaki and other people. While the core content of these stories belong to the Abenaki People, each story teller provides their own unique interpretation. Vince partnered with Kris Stepenuck, from UVM Sea Grant, and Chief Don Stevens to share this important perspective.
The quick version of how the history documentary was created. Told by the people who produced it.
Vince Franke teamed with seven students from Bill Doyle’s Vermont Government and History class at JSC to produce this 37 minute documentary that shares the stories and memories of the events that shaped Waterbury.
Peregrine Productions was brought in to collaborate with a Johnson State College Vermont History class to create a documentary that weaves together the stories and memories of long term residents as they grew up in Bennington County.
The Carizzo Plain is California’s largest concentration of endangered species and yet the wildlife is rarely seen. The Bureau of Land Management hired us to produce a program for their visitor center that would give visitors a glimpse into this secretive grassland world.