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Filming series for ALUS Canada

Agriculture filmmaking in Ontario

Filming series for ALUS Canada

It has been a busy September for filmmaking. WorkCabin Creative has been on the road to Sarnia, Peterborough, Keene, Vanessa, and Sparta, Ontario to do filming work with ALUS Canada.

Several days were devoted to a filming a series about Ontario farmers making a difference with conservation projects on their farms. It was inspiring to travel across Ontario to see what farmers and ALUS Canada are accomplishing to benefit the environment and communities.

Services included aerial filmmaking, interviews, and broll footage of projects and landscapes.

ALUS provides expertise, resources and direct financial support to communities where farmers and ranchers build nature-based solutions on their land to deliver ecosystem services to sustain agriculture, help build community resilience and fight climate change and biodiversity loss for the benefit of future generations.

The ALUS network consists of more than 1,400 farmers and ranchers in 35 communities who deliver ecosystem services in their communities, such as cleaner air, cleaner water, carbon sequestration, erosion control, flood and drought mitigation, pollinator and wildlife habitat. On more than 37,000 acres, these farmers and ranchers restore wetlands, install riparian buffers, plant windbreaks and ecobuffers, manage sustainable drainage systems, create pollinator habitat and establish other ecologically beneficial projects.

 

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