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Proud Shaddys and Shamommas! A "Shad in the Classroom" Tale

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Restoring Estuaries, One Bag of Recycled Oyster Shells at a Time

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Video Soundings: Shad in the Classroom 2015

Video filmed and edited by: Katia Griffin-Jakymec, APNEP
Article by: Jim Hawhee, APNEP
June 1, 2015

If you look at the tabs on the left side of your screen, you’ll find that APNEP’s newsletters have undergone a few changes since the first one was published in 1988. In keeping with the times, our quarterly Soundings newsletter became a blog in 2012, where we continue to highlight APNEP projects and partners.

This year we’re exploring another new concept for Soundings. Support from AmeriCorps members past and present have helped APNEP develop its capacity to tell stories through video, an idea first suggested by members of our Policy Board. This first video Soundings (link) shows our longstanding Shad in the Classroom partnership in a new light. For those intrigued by the video, a more detailed overview can be found here.

In addition to introducing this video, we’d also like to introduce our current AmeriCorps member Katia Griffin-Jakymec. Katia is a recent graduate of Duke University with training in their Center for Documentary Studies. Since her arrival in April, Katia has been working tirelessly to develop a cohesive strategy for our videos, plan content, coordinate and conduct shoots, and edit the raw footage being collected by APNEP staff and partners.

We’re also pleased to partner with Sound Rivers to host Nick Tolopka, another AmeriCorps member based in Washington, NC. Nick is finishing his master’s degree at East Carolina University and is already well acquainted with the ecosystems we’re working to study, protect and restore. His work filming along the coast will compliment Katia’s efforts in the upper part of our watershed.

Whether it’s the filming of educational lessons, documenting our Triangle Sound Series, highlighting APNEP’s activities or telling the stories of our sounds, we hope you’ll enjoy the results.

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