TO ELEVATE STORIES OF OUR LAND AND WATER.
We value collaborating with other conservation-minded individuals and organizations. That’s why we develop partnerships on a wide range of projects.
We love to elevate the stories of people and organizations doing important work. Whether you’re a researcher working on a complex project or a landowner working to protect local wildlife, we want to help you share your story.
EDUCATION & OUTREACH
If you need education written into your grant, we can help you fulfill that portion of the project. We educate through many avenues, including multimedia, workshops, and community presentations.
Through the power of photography, we show change over time in a watershed. Our team has set up more than 60 timelapse cameras throughout the Platte Basin and can help you tell a story for your project.
Who COULD BE A GOOD FIT?
Researchers & Scientists
Universities & Education Organizations
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Wetlands of Nebraska:
AN OUTREACH AND EDUCATION PROJECT
This project created stories and educational materials that highlights the beauty and importance of Nebraska’s wetlands.
What We Did:
We worked with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to help them update their wetland education materials. The products included five films and multimedia stories, an updated Nebraska Wetlands guidebook, educational materials for classrooms, a complex image portfolio for each wetland type in Nebraska, and more!
Nebraska Indian Community College
Climate Change AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
PBT developed a story that helped communicate the impacts of the 2019 flood and how the Santee Sioux Nation is collaborating with NICC and state and federal organizations.
What We Did:
The flood of 2019 had a massive impact on the Santee Sioux Nation, cutting off power, access to clean water and wreaking havoc on their infrastructure. PBT developed a multimedia story narrated by indigenous students and experts within NICC, the Nebraska State Climate Office, and the Santee Sioux Office of Environmental Protection. The students and experts in this story discuss the environmental conditions that led up to the flood, first-person accounts of the flood, and how they are collaborating to develop environmental monitoring. This story also discusses using indigenous knowledge to become more resilient for future intense weather events.
NEBRASKA NATIONAL GUARD
Camp Ashland TIMELAPSE PROJECT
Six timelapse cameras were placed at the Camp Ashland military training facility outside Omaha along the Platte River.
What We Did:
The Nebraska National Guard approached PBT to install six timelapse cameras at their training facility to monitor the land and backwater chutes. These cameras will help with ongoing research efforts, better manage the area, and tell stories about the conservation efforts at military training facilities.
Get in touch to discuss how we could work together.