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Students create videos about environmental impacts for contest

The Columbian
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CLARK COUNTY: Melia Ballantyne won $500 for this video she created in the Clean Water Actions Long Video category of the Stormwater Partners of Southwest Washington Student Video Contest.
CLARK COUNTY: Melia Ballantyne won $500 for this video she created in the Clean Water Actions Long Video category of the Stormwater Partners of Southwest Washington Student Video Contest. Photo Gallery

CLARK COUNTY — The Stormwater Partners of Southwest Washington recently announced the winners of its first Student Video Contest, which 87 Clark County middle and high school students entered.

The contest encouraged students to think about their impacts on local streams. Students showed their creativity in a 25- to 55-second video that offered ways to be more sustainable.

One $500 first place and one $100 honorable-mention prize were awarded in five categories: Clean Water Actions Long Video, Melia Ballantyne and Hana Feldheger; Clean Water Actions Short Video, Maia Rodriguez, Olivia Frizzell and Autumn Hergert; Community Storytelling, Shelby Inman and Amanda Harper; BIPOC Filmmaker, Abby Cariño and Claire Hagele; and People’s Choice, Hana Feldheger, Maia Rodriguez and Olivia Frizzell.

Stormwater Partners of Southwest Washington is a coalition of local jurisdictions and organizations including Clark County and the cities of Vancouver, Battle Ground, Camas and Washougal.

View students’ videos on the Stormwater Partners YouTube channel. Learn more at www.stormwaterpartners.com.

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