Pacific NW Environmental Video Channel

Changing the Course is a short story about Joe Whitworth, one of the leading minds on freshwater conservation. His appreciation for water grew at an early age, but it was the lessons learned from his grandpa that shape his current views on the future of conservation. Along this journey Joe has discovered that conservation has hit a wall, the same approaches that were once successful aren't working. He calls for a new vision, a new quantified approach to conservation that ensures both the economy and environment will align.

Learn more at thefreshwatertrust.org/

Special thanks to Pro Photo Supply (prophotosupply.com/) for providing the equipment and Kruger's Farm (krugersfarmmarket.com/) for the great location.

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  • Ingmar Lee

    Hello Al, thanks for putting up my 10,000 Ton Tanker video! Viewers should know, that as I predicted in ths video, the "Nathan E Stewart" did eventually crash and sink, -and as it were, right before my eyes, the next year after this video was made. On my Vimeo page, people can see my video of the sinking, and others of the ensuing disaster. To this day, the area near Bella Bella BC remains polluted and is off limits to seafood harvesting.

    by Ingmar Lee

  • Al Bergstein

    Great suggestion on the Freshwater Trust. Can we post it here?

    by Al Bergstein

  • The Freshwater Trust

    Check out Joe Whitworth's new short story about the future of water conservation. vimeo.com/138899344

    by The Freshwater Trust

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