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  Books=> Quest For Hope DVD of video

A one hour documentary video on Lake Ontario


Lake Ontario A Quest For Hope” explores how

the lake become the most polluted of the five

Great Lakes and what is being done to improve its condition.


Using underwater and drone photography, the

feature length documentary explores lake shore

marshes, views tributary fish runs, and provides

an eagle's eye view of Lake Ontario bluffs

shorelines and islands. The production team also

sets sail aboard an antique schooner to visit and

film a remote Canadian Island and its

underwater life.


The video covers topics such as non point

pollution from storm water runoff, plastics and

chemicals in drinking water, invasive species and

the impacts of power production on the lake. 



Scientists and activists also share what has

beendone and what more needs to happen to

restore the lake's web of life to inform and inspire.



You did a great job of interweaving a wide

variety of story elements, some of them fairly

technical, while making them accessible to

'regular folks' with limited knowledge of the science” C.M. (journalist)


You take just the right tone--telling the sad

truth, but mixing in examples of hope.” B. M.(professor emerita)









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Lake Ontario A Quest For Hope video


Lake Ontario A Quest For Hope” DVD explores how the lake

become the most polluted of the five Great Lakes and what is being done to improve its condition.



Using underwater and drone photography, the feature length

documentary explores lake shore marshes, views tributary fish

runs, and provides an eagle's eye view of Lake Ontario bluffs

shorelines and islands. The production team also sets sail

aboard an antique schooner to visit and film a remote Canadian Island and its underwater life.



The video covers topics such as non point pollution from storm

water runoff, plastics and chemicals in drinking water, invasive

species and the impacts of power production on the lake and  suggests solutions.



Scientists and activists also share what has been done and

what more needs to happen to restore the lake's web of life.


reviewer comments

You did a great job of interweaving a wide variety of story

elements, some of them fairly technical, while making them

accessible to 'regular folks' with limited knowledge of the

science” C.M. (journalist)


You take just the right tone--telling the sad truth, but mixing

in examples of hope.” B. M.(professor emerita)






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