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Wild Connections is Seeking Your Help for a Short Video Wild Connections is interested in developing a short 2-3 minute video portraying its conservation activities in Central Colorado. A script is under development and there are plenty of still shots and some short videos available. We have a need to collect more video of field activities and interviews, hopefully to be obtained this summer. Ideally, the volunteer would have video editing software and experience. We would like to augment it with public domain music and engaging narration. It is important that it be as captivating as possible reflecting our passion to save local wildlife habitat. We are seeking a volunteer who has the necessary video experience who would work on this project during the summer-fall seasons of 2020, including attending some of our hikes and restoration projects, depending on coronavirus restrictions. A stipend can be paid to cover expenses. For more information, contact John Sztukowski, Conservation Director at John@Wildconnections.org.
Videos and Slide Shows
President L. B. Johnson signs the Wilderness Act at the White House, September 3, 1964 Photo Wilderness Watch.org . Click above to go to the video.
Celebrate the Birthday of the Wilderness Act with Prose & Poetry A Wild Connections 25th Anniversary Indoor Outing
Wild Connections is celebrating 25 years during which our volunteers and staff worked hard to protect wildlands in central Colorado. You can explore some of our history and accomplishments with photos and maps that tell our story.