Tuesday, January 6, 2015


This film was created by students in Maui Huliau Foundation's Huliau Environmental Filmmaking Club. Inspired by Dr. Suess's The Lorax, this claymation by middle school students uses 667 images to show how irresponsible shoreline development can impact the reef ecosystem. 

Filmed & Edited by:
Taylor Redman, Grade 7, St. Anthony's School
Kawelu Higashino, Grade 7, Montessori School
Kaya Goosby, Grade 7, Kalama Intermediate School
Troy Lau, Grade 8, Kalama Intermediate School

Friday, December 19, 2014

Launching Salmon

Near an otherwise tranquil Washington river, a bewildered Chinook salmon flops out of what looks like an air-conditioning duct, tail flapping fruitlessly. This is not an accident, or animal cruelty, or even a new way to deliver sushi. It is a moment engineered by man. Specifically, it is a moment engineered by a man with a cannon that shoots fish. It is also, one company hopes, the future of ecological conservation.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Considering The Risks

Lake Erie and its tributaries offer legendary fishing opportunities, including steelhead runs that draw crowds of traveling anglers from far and wide. Trout Unlimited is featuring the Lake Erie watershed in its 10 Special Places report that features outstanding public fishing and hunting areas in the Central Appalachian region that could be at risk from the impacts of shale gas development.

Sunday, August 24, 2014


This story takes place on a summer trip to Norway and depicts the inner meaning of fishing.

Film & Edit: Philip Grönmo
Music: Hollow Talk - Choir of Young Believers
Stay with me (Japan Bootleg) - Sam Smith

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Epic Fail

The B.C. Ministry of Environment says it warned Imperial Metals about the Mount Polley mine tailings pond levels repeatedly before this week's devastating breach. The breach of the tailings pond dam at the copper and gold mine near Likely, B.C., released 10 billion litres of water and 4.5 million cubic metres of metals-laden fine sand, contaminating several lakes, creeks and rivers in the Cariboo region.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Island Adventure

A few clips from a recent trip to Beaver Island, MI http://www.beaverisland.org. This is a premier Carp fly fishing destination, and the flats, fish and community of Beaver Island are incredible.

Trip hosted by Indigo Guide Service http://www.indigoguideservice.com

Others involved include:
Cameron Mortenson http://thefiberglassmanifesto.blogspot.com
Alex Landeen http://alexlandeen.com
Dan Frasier http://carppro.net
Matt Smythe http://www.fishingpoet.com