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  • 1. Non-Profit ProposalSister Bethunia’s Gardening Club
    Christopher Alford
    Ryan McCaffrey
    Jennifer Paucke
    Charlie Tilva
    Nathan Welch
  • 2. Problem Statement
    Need online environment for local gardeners to share gardening videos and tips, plan events, and work together
    YouTube channel or website with streaming video is primary component
    Encourage community to buy or grow produce locally
    Seeking the New Voices Grant from J-Lab to fund the initiative
    Emphasizes community journalism
  • 3. Our Recommendations
    Creating successful online video content
    Good camera techniques
    Attractive scenery
    Clear and useful instructions or tips
    Professional look and feel
    Easily accessible videos
  • 4. Examples
    Good camera technique
  • 5. Examples
    Attractive and relevant scenery
  • 6. Examples
    Clear and useful instructions
  • 7. Examples
    Professional presentation
  • 8. Examples
    Availability of videos
  • 9. Implementation Strategies
    Physical location
    Meeting space for producing videos
    Equipment
    High quality camera and tripod
    Lighting
    Video-editing hardware and software
    Online environment
    YouTube channel
    Free wiki for users to collaborate and plan events
  • 10. Implementation
    Register garden club with the local community center and find a place for members to meet
  • 11. Implementation
    Camera and equipment
    Cartoni A627 Ultra-light 2-Stage Aluminum Tripod: $630
    Canon XF305 Professional Camcorder: $7500
  • 12. Implementation
    Lighting
    Stage-lights: $100-$500
  • 13. Implementation
    Video processing and editing
    Mac Book Pro: $1100-$3000
    Final Cut Express 4: Free with Mac
  • 14. Implementation
    Online Environment
    YouTube channel
    Free and easy to create
    Ensures availability
    WikiDot
    Free online wiki
    Facilitates collaboration and event planning
    Speaks to the “community journalism” aspect of the New Voices grant
  • 15. Summary
    Problem
    Gardening club needs online presence for sharing video gardening tips and planning events
    Seeks New Voices grant for funding
    Solution
    Successful online videos
    Good camera technique, attractive scenery, good instructions, easily accessible content
    Implementation
    Location
    Equipment
    Online environment for sharing
  • 16. Questions?
  • 17. References
    1. GardenGirlTV YouTube Channel. http://www.youtube.com/user/GardenGirltv. April 7, 2011.
    2. InvisibleGardener YouTube Channel. http://www.youtube.com/user/invisiblegardener. April 7, 2011
    3. TheGardeningChannel YouTube Channel. http://www.youtube.com/user/0TheGardeningChannel. April 7, 2011.
    4. Doug’s Green Garden. http://video.douggreensgarden.com/. April 7, 2011.
    5. Bob Villa’s Projects. http://bobvila.com/projects. April 7, 2011.
    6. UCMG Video – UCTV. http://ucmgvideo.ucanr.org/. April 7, 2011.