WorkCabin Creative has wrapped up filming and production of its latest conservation work, a promotional video for Flight of the Monarch Day, a nationwide event to recognize the iconic monarch butterfly.
The video was filmed over two days in August working with ALUS Norfolk (Alternative Land Use Services) in tallgrass prairie grasslands, farm lands, and forest restoration sites. The filming work also included some aerial videography.
Led by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), the Monarch Nation team consists of organizations from coast to coast with experience in delivering science-based environmental education programming at the local level.
“This was a fantastic few days working with ALUS in some incredible restored landscapes that really showed what happens when we work together to bring back habitats that matter to the future of species like the monarch butterflies,” said WorkCabin filmmaker Gregg McLachlan. “To see the monarchs flocking to restored habitats of milkweed really makes one smile to see the fruits of a job well done.”