WorkCabin has wrapped up two days of filming for ALUS Norfolk and ALUS Canada.
The video work, both on the ground and in the air, included filming in tallgrass prairie grasslands in Norfolk County, Ontario, habitat for monarch butterflies, marginal farmlands being restored to natural landscapes, and existing farms participating in the organization’s national agriculture stewardship programs.
WorkCabin has been working with top conservation organizations on video projects since 2010. This latest conservation film work by WorkCabin Creative will be produced and used by ALUS at the local and national level.
ALUS Canada makes it possible farmers to offset their environmental footprint through agricultural stewardship. ALUS invests in farmers and ranchers who are producing acres of clean air, clean water, wildlife habitat and other ecosystem services in communities across Canada. The ALUS program is now active in six Canadian provinces and is seen as a national success story for agriculture and nature.
Specifically, ALUS helps farmers and ranchers restore wetlands, reforest, plant windbreaks, install riparian buffers, manage sustainable drainage systems, create pollinator habitat and establish other ecologically beneficial projects on their properties.
ALUS provides annual payments to its participants to ensure the ongoing stewardship of each of their ALUS projects.
Learn more about WorkCabin’s videography work for conservation
- WorkCabin does video work for ALUS Norfolk, ALUS Canada - July 23, 2020
- How much does a conservation video cost in Canada? - July 9, 2020
- Video, photo and drone work for conservation organization - June 30, 2020