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Narrative:  In 2016, I responded to an RFP for an educational documentary about the Southern Flow Corridor, a 520 acre tidal wetland restoration project in Tillamook, Oregon.  The film was made in collaboration with Boxcar Assembly and Tillamook Estuaries Partnership and was funded by the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Project description:  The Southern Flow Corridor Project is a 520 acre tidal wetland restoration project located in the Tillamook Bay estuary.  Designed to mitigate flooding in the city of Tillamook, Oregon, and restore important habitat for fish and wildlife, the project spans over a decade and includes more than 70 project partners.

Distribution highlights:  Tillamook Estuaries Partnership website, Tillamook Coliseum screening, Tillamook County Board of Commissioners screening, Stories of Our Watersheds Film Festival--Portland, Stories of Our Watersheds Film Festival—Seattle, Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society (ORAFS) annual meeting, National Fish Habitat Partnership (NFHP)/American Fisheries Society (AFS)/The Wildlife Society (TWS) Reno Film Festival: Reno-vating Habitat for Fish and Wildlife: A Film Festival Highlighting Collaborative Habitat Conservation and Its Benefits.

View the film here:

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