2020-2021 WINNING VIDEOS

Thru the Trees has announced the winners of its first video production competition for high school students. The event challenged students from Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington to create a video highlighting the value of careers in the forest products industry.

 

Participating industry organizations from Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington joined together to develop the contest to promote and encourage students’ consideration of careers in the forest products industry.

Grand Prize Winner

Grand Prize Winner

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First Place - Jordan Neilson

“Thru the Trees: Careers in Forestry”

Post Falls High School, Idaho

Awarded $1000

Second Prize Winner

Second Prize Winner

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Second Place - Team: Tressa Geyer and Zoey Brott

Landslide Specialists in Forestry

Pleasant Hill High School, Oregon

Awarded $500

Third Prize Winners

Third Prize Winners
Thruthetrees-FirePrevention

Thruthetrees-FirePrevention

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ThruTheTrees 2020: Alicia Gordon and Lucas Forshee

ThruTheTrees 2020: Alicia Gordon and Lucas Forshee

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Third Place (Tie) – Team: Alicia Gordon and Lucas Forshee

Thru the Trees 2020: Alicia Gordon and Lucas Forshee

Waldport High School, Oregon

Awarded $250

 

Third Place (Tie) – Aiden Shamek

Thru theTrees 2020: Fire Prevention

Sweet Home High School, Oregon

Awarded $250

Finalist

Finalist

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Video entries were judged based on (1) how well the video highlighted a forest career, (2) accuracy of the content, (3) extent of excitement and inspiration, (4) degree of ingenuity and resourcefulness, and (5) the number of references used. 

 

Partner organizations include: Associated Logging Contractors (Idaho), Forest Resources Association (Washington), Forests Today & Forever (Oregon), Idaho Forest Group, Idaho Forest Products Commission, Montana Logging Association, Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Oregon Logging Conference, Oregon Logging Conference Foundation, Oregon Women in Timber, Pacific Education Institute (Washington), Pacific Logging Conference (Washington), and Sustainable Forestry Initiative/Project Learning Tree (Washington DC). 

 

Following a successful first year, Thru the Trees is accepting submissions for the current contest between September 1, 2021, and April 15, 2022.