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Stormwater Partners announces student video contest winners

The Columbian
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CAMAS — Stormwater Partners has announced winners of its second annual Students for Clean Water Video Contest. Clark County middle and high school students submitted more than 60 videos to the contest. A $500 first place and $100 honorable-mention prize has been awarded for each of the following videos in five categories:

  • Clean Water Actions Long Video – First place, “Water Is Life” by Noa Anthony Hahn; honorable mention, “Roberto Is Here to Show You” by Roberto Cruz Paredes.
  • Clean Water Actions Short Video – First place, “Today Your Town! Tomorrow the World!” by Willow Elizabeth Reddig; honorable mention, “Clean Up Trash” by Connor Smith and Emiliano Jimenez.
  • Community Storytelling – First place, “Reducing Plastic Waste in Our Creeks” by Isabella Parke and Sabrina Joner; honorable mention, “My Love for Water” by Ava Teach.
  • BIPOC Filmmaker – First place, “How to Prevent a Bad Environment” by Jazmin Vasquez and April Ramirez; honorable mention, “Reducing and Reusing to Prevent Pollution” by Olivia Morariu.
  • People’s Choice – First place, “Daily Actions Affect Everyone” by Esti Ziesemer; honorable mention “Leave No Trace (b)” by Grayden Rounds and Declan Brooks.

Winning videos will be promoted on social media and at movie in the park events this summer. The community can see the videos at www.stormwaterpartners.com/video-contest.

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