UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant worked with undergraduate students at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to create an animated video about sustainable land use in coastal Georgia.
The 2D and 3D educational video on green infrastructure and stormwater management was a collaborative project between Keren Giovengo, program manager for the Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant EcoScapes program, and Mark McClellan, forester specialist for the Georgia Forestry Commission’s Sustainable Community Forestry Program.
Giovengo served as an advisor to the students as they created the video, which will supplement public outreach and education on green infrastructure and stormwater management for coastal communities. EcoScapes is a program based at the Brunswick Station, part of UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant, that helps Georgians become responsible stewards of Georgia’s natural resources through sustainable land use practices.
The project was funded by the Georgia Forestry Commission, a state agency responsible for providing leadership, service and education in the protection and conservation of Georgia’s forest resources.