Watch four great videos created by ALUS Red Deer County participants
ALUS Red Deer County has produced a wonderful collection of digital stories told by local farmers, ranchers and residents with a connection to land and water.
Four ALUS Red Deer County participants tell evocative tales in their videos, resulting from a digital storytelling workshop with StoryCenter, an organization that helps people discover the stories they want to tell, and how to effectively share these stories with others through digital video.
The workshop was hosted last winter by ALUS Red Deer County, Clearwater County, Cows and Fish and the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance, with financial support from EPCOR and Alberta Environment and Parks’ Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program (WRRP).
We encourage you to take a moment to watch these videos, just a sampling of the wide variety of paths that all led people to ALUS.
As ALUS Red Deer County Program Coordinator Ken Lewis says, “simply put, these are stories that must be told—and broadly shared.”