The Downstream Project was selected from a raft of contenders to re-design the Website for the Capital Region Land Conservancy (CRLC), headquartered in and serving the greater Richmond, VA area. CRLC is the first group from this region of the Chesapeake Bay watershed to join the growing Downstream Network of water and land conservancies. The […]
The Downstream Project
The mission of The Downstream Project is to promote natural resource conservation by stimulating awareness, action and alliances through visual arts and technology.
As the saying goes “we all live downstream.” But at The Downstream Project it’s more than a saying. It’s the underlying principle behind everything we do, beginning with our flagship 2009 film, Shenandoah: Voices of the River. This 52-minute documentary examines the history, ecology, and beauty of this treasured natural resource—and the potentially devastating impacts on its future. In all of our omni-media efforts we continue to utilize this “in their own words” approach to capture and convey the energy and passion and commitment of our project partners and their missions.
In the words of TDP founder George Ohrstrom: “The hope is that people will educate themselves and stand up and become a voice for downstream issues because they are exceedingly important to all of us.”
This month we are migrating our Partner Websites to the Google Cloud Platform. The post Downstream Web Hosting: Ascending to the Google Cloud appeared first on The Downstream Project.
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. The post Protected: Video: Illegal Dumping on Specks Run appeared first on The Downstream Project.
The Land Trust of Virginia and the Piedmont Environmental Council lead a presentation and discussion about conservation easements. The post BRCA Webinar: An Introduction to Conservation Easements appeared first on The Downstream Project.
Grab your coffee and join us for a virtual video seriesNovember 30 – December 4 @ 9:00 AM Monday and Friday are special Zoom events. You may Register Here. Registering for the Monday event will automatically register you for the Friday event. Once registered, Zoom will send you a reminder. The post Coffee & Conservation […]
If your organization uses WordPress on your website, you are familiar with two types of content that have made the software the most popular website platform in the world: Pages and Posts. With Pages, you can create new pages on the fly and move them around the navigation with ease. Posts empower news items, a.k.a., […]
What goes in your year-end tax letters Here are a few tips on year-end tax letters from our partners at Little Green Light, the constituent relationship management software, or CRM. The Downstream Project has recommended and installed LGL for dozens of conservation partners. A thank-you is the “story of you” In addition to providing the […]
Nearly 30 area conservation groups and land trusts met June 20 at Shenandoah University’s Cool Spring Campus for a summit of the Blue Ridge Conservation Alliance. They gathered to explore more cooperation and collaboration to protect what is considered one of the most threatened mountain landscapes in the Eastern Seaboard, the Blue Ridge and surrounding […]
Despite the fact that site work has begun on a planned 460,000-square-foot insulation factory on 130 acres in Ranson, W.Va., opposition to the project continues to grow — within Jefferson County and beyond. The Rockwool insulation plant would crush and melt rock using coal and natural gas. Although the proposed plant’s owner, the multi-national ROXEL, has already […]
- Appalachian Trail Conservancy
- Blue Ridge Watershed Coalition
- Changing Landscapes Initiative
- Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains
- Friends of the Shenandoah River
- Land Trust of the Eastern Panhandle
- Land Trust of Virginia
- Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy
- Piedmont Environmental Council
- Potomac Appalachian Trail Club
- The Downstream Project
- Virginia Working Landscapes