Collective Hunch was hired to produce two videos for a critical Wildlands Conservancy outreach campaign on the eve of an historic vote to preserve large swaths of the southern California desert.
These videos were seen by over 100k people in a few short weeks, and the legislation passed.
Sand To Snow National Monument
"Every child has a right to connect to nature and when we don't preserve space that allows that child to connect to nature, then we've denied that child a civil right." -Charles Thomas, Youth Programs Manager, National Park Service. Sand to Snow National Monument will preserve public lands in the heart of inland Southern California, ensuring the opportunity for urban kids to connect to nature now and for generations to come. Sign the petition. Spread the word. Support Sand to Snow National Monument today at http://www.wildlandsconservancy.org/monuments.html #Sand2Snow #MonumentsForAll #LiveMonumentalPosted by The Wildlands Conservancy on Sunday, October 4, 2015
Sand to Snow National Monument will preserve public lands in the heart of inland Southern California, ensuring the opportunity for urban kids to connect to nature now and for generations to come.
Right now there is a historic opportunity to permanently protect more than one million acres of your public lands in the California desert with an Antiquities Act designation. The heart of the Mojave Desert needs YOUR voice! Sign the petition.Share the beauty.Help protect this heroic landscape today!http://www.wildlandsconservancy.org/monuments.html #MojaveTrails #MonumentsForAll #LiveMonumental #ProtectCADesertPosted by The Wildlands Conservancy on Saturday, October 3, 2015
The Mojave Trails National Monument will preserve 941,000 acres of Bureau of Land Management land in California's most beloved desert and protect a major landscape linkage between Joshua Tree National Park and Mojave National Preserve.
Collective Hunch for The Wildlands Conservancy
• Producer, Director, & Cinematograpy Zachary Fink
• Editor Matthew Beighley