The Downstream Project proudly presents Shenandoah: Voices of the River

The Downstream Project proudly presents Shenandoah: Voices of the River. Nearly two years in the making, this 52-minute documentary film examines the history, ecology, and beauty of this treasured natural resource—and the potentially devastating impacts on its future. With TDP founder George Ohrstrom as Executive Producer, and just one of a raft of “voices” to tell her story, “Shenandoah” comes to life through the masterful lens of documentary filmmaker George Patterson and crew.

The Downstream Project is a non-profit organization* founded to inspire individuals and groups to initiate solutions to ecological l issues that threaten their communities. We believe in fair, open and responsible communication on relevant topics that will foster alliances toward a sustainable future.

Comments

  1. The Studio 105 Web team is very pleased to be launching this site today. Special thanks to Jared Scheerer, Senior Designer, and Lydia Dugger, web designer and programmer extraordinaire!

  2. This is a beautiful production! I was unaware of the Downstream Project. I found your website while searching for images of the region. I lived and worked there very briefly twenty-five years or so ago. I was saddened to hear of the Shenandoah’s stress. Keep up the good and important work.

  3. Excellent article in the Virginia Metro section of the Post yesterday by Tara Bahrampour (June 14) re: rejuvenating Bolling Brook stream in Fauquier Co. Great example of teamwork by a private individual. Dennis Liberson, and The Nature Conservancy. You can read the whole article here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/12/AR2009061204092.html

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