After an entire summer of interviewing watershed residents, uncovering local history, and collecting video footage, the EPSCoR Sense of Place team put together the following film titled, Reviving Affection: Sense of Place in the Belgrade Lakes. The film is comprised of three sections: The past, the current sense of place, and poetry. It contains historical pictures and video footage from the early 20th century as well as interviews and original poetry from real watershed residents.
The Belgrade Lakes EPSCoR team has assembled a video summarizing much of our current and future work on the Belgrade Lakes Watershed. Many thanks to Bruce Williams for editing many hours of video footage to produce this 20 minute film.
For more information on the Belgrade Lakes project please contact:
Whitney King, Colby College (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Peter Kallin, BRCA (email@example.com)
Maggie Shannon, MCOLA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This video was produced by Bruce Williams, Bayne Williams Film (email@example.com).
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