Producer's Journal: STS makes 2009 Top Ten List of Best International Multi-media Projects

Professor Patricia Zimmerman has named STS to her list of the Ten Best International Multi-Platform Web 2.0 Projects of 2009 that Torque Documentary Form. Who

UC Davis digital project makes case for rural way of life

Read about a new rural community media project, in the spirit and tradition of Saving The Sierra!   This project is done through the new

7th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City, Jan. 9-11

Make sure you're in Nevada City on January 9-11, 2009 for the 7th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival, the largest festival of its

Climate change on the web @ KQED

If you care about California's climate, bookmark this site -- A production of KQED, the Bay Area public radio and televison station, the Climate Watch web

Producer's Journal: Continuing the Conversation about Civic Engagement

As part of a wide-ranging panel on Inspiring Civic Engagement at the Sierra Solutions 2008, I spoke about using media for outreach and community building.

Producer's Journal: Thanks to Center for Sierra Nevada Studies

Our project partner, the Center for Sierra Nevada Studies at Sierra College has just posted a press release announcing the conclusion of our project (and

Sierra Storyteller

This blog often reposts items by Tom Knudson from his blog "Sierra Summit," but this is a story about him, written by Dave Bunker of

Cooperative Extension Uses STS Stories for Outreach

Holly George is using Saving The Sierra’s webstories to build interest in doing a digital storytelling project with cattle ranchers in the Sierra Valley, a

Producer's Journal: Saving The Sierra Blog on Booktown Radio Show August 4th

Eric Tomb (host of the community radio program Booktown on KVMR-FM) spoke with me about a workshop I'm conducting at the 2008 Sacramento State Summer

Web site keeps Sierra updated on fire hot spots

When it comes to coverage of California wildfires, newspapers and television pretty much have the story down cold: "Massive" or "wind-whipped" fires fed by "explosively

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