Ian arrived in Charleston harbor on Sunday to meet the kids from Charleston Kids with Cameras. CKWC and the LEEP photographers put together a photo journal for the Web of Water project.
Below are some pics from Tim McManus at Pennisula Media.
Webisode 5 - THE COASTAL ZONE
This is the final webisode for the Web of Water trip. What a great three weeks, meeting amazing people and seeing hidden gems right here in our own state! Thanks to everyone working hard to get this "real time" production to happen including Ian Downie who helped as PA and the master, Chuck Heilig who helped with video editing.
Webisode 4- THE COASTAL PLAINS
This video features John Rood and Ian in the Congaree National Park and Marc Epstein from the Santee Wildlife Refuge.
Webisode 3- IN THE SANDHILLS
The third webisode produced for broadcast in SC Middle School classrooms is posted to the RiverVenture.org and MyEtv.com Web sites (here it is below also). This one features some great personalities Ian met in the mid-state - Cheif Louis Chavis of the Beaver Creek Tribe, Park Ranger Karen Kustafic, and Ian presenting to the 3rd grade class from Nursery Road Elementary at Saluda Shoals park.
Webisode 2 - IN THE PIEDMONT
We also spent the weekend with some great people in the upstate including Chief Louis Chavez of the Beaver Creek nation, Karen Kustafik a ranger with Columbia Parks & Recreation and Patrick Hayes from ETV. The Chief provided some insightful context connecting the spiritual and practical role of water in the life of the American Indian. Karen was a delightful guide to the three rivers area of Columbia where the Broad and Saluda rivers meet to form the Congaree. Patrick also really helped with Saturday's shoot by helping with B-roll. We even had an improptu meeting with the geologist from Congaree National Park where we will be on Tuesday.
Webisode 1 - THE BLUE RIDGE & THE FOOTHILLS
The first of six Webisodes for the Web of Water Kayak adventure is online. Our partners at SCETV will be running PSA's on NPR this week to promote the trip by our local naturalist Ian Sanchez. The series is being viewed by Middle Schoolers across South Carolina as part of thier environmental education program.
Thanks to everyone workiing hard to get this real time production to happen including Ian Downie who helped as PA and our friend Chuck Heilig who did editing on this one. We will be posting these as they go up over the course of the trip.