“Restoring Rainbow Bend: Good for People and Fish” premiered last week at the annual Cedar River celebration. The video, produced by King County, features the story of the Millers, long-term residents who faced persistent flooding. The Rainbow Bend project moved people like the Millers out of harm’s way, returned the river to its flood plain and restored critical salmon habitat. The restoration site area is now used by hundreds of fish year-round. It is the largest project done to date on the Cedar River.
The video was produced by King County. My role was scriptwriting, interviews and direction.