ItemThe Art of AquaponicsPerez, Henry (2020)The Art of Aquaponics, is an informational, animated short film, aimed at teaching people the basics of aquaponic production. The content is meant to help the viewer understand how it works, and also why it is something that I believe should be implemented on a larger scale in the US. The film covers production, science, and pros and cons. My goal is to get more people interested in aquaponics, so there can be a larger base of people pushing for it to be used regularly. ItemA New way to cover cropMorrison, Annmiek; Pines, Eddie (2020)Our film draws attention to a new growing system that is dramatically reforming Florida’s dying citrus industry. This new system is “Citrus Under Protective Screening” or CUPS. Through art visuals, on sight footage, and interviews, our film takes viewers through the benefits of citrus cover and how those benefits can enable greater sustainability, profitability, and job accessibility in the long run. ItemMonsanto's ruleLee, Jiho (2020)This video delves into the story of increasing monopolization of the world food industry and the arising social sustainability issue. Monsanto brought seed biotechnology research to its peak in the turn of the twenty first century, and now with it's presence gone, the effects of Monsanto still ripples through our society today. ItemLand and farmer: endangeredDelConte, Nicki (2020)This film was created to bring awareness to the decreasing number of young farmers and the challenges new farmers face, specifically involving the diminishing land available for agriculture. The film relates the need for conservation relative to America’s National Parks. ItemIt takes a farm to raise a childAbunaw, Victoria (2020)It Takes a Farm to Raise a Child is an animation surrounding two real-life stories of incidents that happened to young people on farms. The film focuses on the matter of child safety in the agriculture industry, and how policy and sustainability can address this. ItemDefending dairy: the environmental frontHerrick, Danielle; Littrell, Laura (2020)This film addresses the different ways that dairy farmers are currently working to reduce their carbon footprint and make dairy production a more sustainable practice. There are interviews by Dr. Mike Van Amburgh, who discussed the implications of using byproduct feeds, and James Harbach, a Pennsylvania dairy farmer who uses a methane digester to turn his cows’ waste into energy.