In recent years, The Waters Ecology Film Project documented much of the ecology program. We wish to thank the many, many people have contributed their time, skills, and creative talent…
Of course, we thank Pete Leki for sharing the beautiful world of ecology through song, knowledge, stewardship work, and exploring nature at the lake, river, forest, and garden with generations of Waters school students and community.
And we thank all the parent and community volunteers and wonderful Waters teachers and staff who are part of the ecology program, on field trips, sharing their own love and knowledge of nature, and all the many ways that make this community effort.
Special gratitude to all the donors and fundraisers! Your understanding, acknowledgment, time, and support is beautiful. Thank you!
More thanks related to our video project:
Thanks to our computer wizard Clayton Miller for building us a a great video editing computer out of donated parts.
Thank you to computer gurus Bill Keller and Kevin Anderson for the computer advice and support over the years.
Thank you to Jeremy Atherton for loaning audio equipment, camera advice, and sharing music for soundtracks.
Music has also been shared with us for soundtracks by many including Andy Mitran, Pete Leki, Jeff Burris, Pete Leki, Poppy Brandes, Dylan S, Jeremy Atherton, and more.
We have many to thank for contributing photographs and video footage including:
Roark Johnson, photographer
Bob Dolgan, filmmaker of Monty and Rose, about the endangered Piping Plover at Montrose Point
Alan Shortall, photographer, aerial videographer
Rogelio Gamez, photographer, for video footage
McAvoy family (Riverbank Neighbors!)
Clayton Miller, photographer.
Annette Aragon, videographer. (waters alumni)
We have many to thank for allowing us to interview them including
Leslie Borns, Steward of Montrose Point
Cordia Pugh, founder and director of the Hermitage Community Garden and Englewood Veteran’s Garden
Andrea Dennis, of Friends of the Parks
Juan Gonzalez of Drummond Montessorri
Annette Aragon, Waters Alumni, co-founder of Israel’s Gift of Hope, filmmaker, current videographer, and former Waters Ecology Media Lab member.
Marnie Ware of Prosser Community Garden at Prosser High School, CPS.
And of course a big thank you to all the dedicated, hardworking, and treasured people who were part of each beautiful moment.
more videos below…