Rangers Invite Community to Contribute 3x3 Hurricane Stories to Documentary
In the aftermath of three hurricanes in three years, the Environmental Rangers Science, Education, Exploration and Research (SEER) program is filming a feature-length documentary of recent severe storm effects on two tropical wetland Eco-systems.
The Rangers have observed and recorded the Mandahl and Tutu Bay arena since 2003. They are combining their pre-and-post hurricanes observations into a wildlife video entitled: “Mandahl 2020 3×3 Hurricane Hindsights”.
To tell as complete a story as possible, the Rangers are inviting Virgin Islanders to share their own Mandahl and Tutu Bay hurricanes experiences through interviews and aftermath images in the documentary.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 3x3 PROJECT
1×3: Tell Us Your IrMaria-Dorian 3×3 Mandahl/Tutu Bay Story!
Come to Mandahl Bay APC/APR any Saturday* from Sept. to Nov. 2019, 9 am to 12 noon, and the Environmental Rangers will film your three minute max “3×3 Hurricane Story” interview.
Scroll down to the Contact Form to reserve a date and time. *(Weather permitting).
CAMP UMOJA and the ENVIRONMENTAL RANGERS
We are a Virgin Islands environmental non-profit guided by the motto "Unity with Nature Promotes Unity Among Men". We provide a location where the community, from newborn to our elders, can come and just commune with nature. Our free SEER program exposes teens & pre-teens to nature and career oportunities in the local environment.
OUR DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION TEAM
Meet the mentors assisting the Environmental Rangers SEERs with the "Mandahl 2020 3x3 Hurricane Hindsights" documentary.
Karl serves as director of the SEER program. An underwater photographer by trade, he has earned multiple local, national and international awards for his documentaries about Virgin Islands wildlife.
Math & Science Tutor
Donnia is a Virgin Islands public school math teacher who commits her Saturdays to tutoring Environmental Rangers in our Science, Education, Exploration and Research (SEER) program.
Anna Wallace Francis
Anna is a retired Virgin Islands public school biology teacher. She is also a co-founder of the Environmental Rangers and the first recipient of the Helen Gjessing Community Service Award.
Alcedo 'Justin' Francis
Alcedo has a background in financial management and possesses multiple youth sports certifications. In addition to keeping the Rangers going, he coaches a St. Thomas Little League baseball team.
Vince Danet – Danet Operations Group
Vince provides Rangers with training, supervision and aerial drones during their Mandahl APC/APR aerial wildlife observation missions. He also conducts quarterly Eco-system survey flights of the region for ClimateChangeVI.org
Vince Danet gives you a unique, tailored perspective on your project. Whether it be operations consulting, or videography for real estate, land survey, safety inspection, or a special occasion, Vince can do all the videography, photography and post production services. He is a home grown, FAA certified, former carrier-based naval aviator.