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What's Goin' On? Community Health & Greening in Far Northeast DC
A short documentary about Community Greening and Public Health in Far Northeast Washington DC. Created by the Washington Parks & People District of Columbia Green Corps trainees, through a media education program with Meridian Hill Pictures. The broader story of the Green Corps trainees is part of a feature-length documentary currently in production. To learn more about the film, visit meridianhillpictures.com
And Justice for All: A Tale of Two Parks
Trainees express in their own voice how urban forestry and greening are helping to meet critical needs in undeserved communities in DC.
Green Corps Canoe Expedition
Parks & People's DC Green Corps participated in a canoe expedition on the Anacostia River, in collaboration with WIlderness Inquiry, the National Park Service, and the Anacostia Watershed Society.
Growing Up Green
Another video on the intensive green job training program.
Community Harvest Video Wins Award
Community Harvest, the video about Parks & People's partnership to transform the North Columbia Heights Green, has just won the Best DC Short Documentary Award.
Green Giants: Creating Green Jobs in the Marvin Gaye Park Community and Beyond
Video on creating green jobs.
WPP Addresses Global Environmental Health Forum
In this Melbourne Conversations event, Healthy Parks=Healthy People?, three world authorities discuss the benefits of contact with nature for human health and well-being.
New: City Of Trees trailer for coming film of Parks & People's DC Green Corps!
From our friends at Meridian Hill Pictures, City of Trees is an amazing upcoming documentary that tells the intimate story of one community's fight for equal access to good jobs and safe parks in our nation's capital -- through Parks & People's DC Green Corps.