RegenTV is AABR’s online repository of ecological restoration case studies filmed at field trips, forums and seminars. The three year program has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.
The comprehensive and inspirational collection of bush regeneration expertise is being compiled into video format by Virginia Bear of Little Gecko Media from a vast collection of material that has been recorded at AABR forums and field days.
The project will make available online at least 50 videos at the regenTV site along with learning resources for life-long learners, students and educators. The fact sheets and worksheets will draw on the National Restoration Standards to link the case studies with best practice.
Intellectual property copyright for the content of the videos remains with the presenter/organisation while AABR holds the copyright for the video production. AABR will permit sharing of the links on any website provided that regenTV is acknowledged as the source (a banner can be provided on request) and it is not used for commercial
The Learning Resources are designed to be used and shared under a Creative Commons NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.
You can keep up to date with the video releases via our facebook page, and website or by alerts on a mailing lists for Contractors, Community Groups, Networks or Educators. If you would like to be added to any of these mailing lists please email Suzanne Pritchard, the Project Officer, email@example.com
More information on AABR’s copyright policy : http://www.aabr.org.au/about-aabr/policies/
This program has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.