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Work in progress: Mid-Missouri conservation
emmalee reed
Oct 12, 2020
Location: Columbia, Mo
We have finally started to make progress on our group multimedia project. After being without a source or a focus for a few days, I found an event hosted by the Columbia Audubon Society for us to cover to break the seal on our project. The society was having volunteers come out to the Wild Haven Nature Area to remove invasive bush honeysuckle from the timber. Yanchen and I went on the hike with Roxie Cambell, the leader, and four other volunteers. Yanchen took video while I made photographs of the hike and honeysuckle cutting. We also interviewed Roxie to use for our video and text pieces. Select photographs I made are posted at the top of this blog entry.

We are continuing to work on our project this week. We decided to focus on the people working to protect and conserve our natural areas and wildlife. Kate found a few sources that she is going to interview later this week and we have a few more nature events to cover that are lined up.

I feel pretty good about the material that Yanchen and I gathered. I am worried that we are so close to the deadline and still have a lot to cover to make our idea complete. 

Emmalee Reed

Emmalee Reed is a photojournalist and photo editor based in Columbia, Missouri. She specializes in documentary photography and photojournalism.
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