AgTech

Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education

About Us Film

The Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) – a USDA-funded organization that aims to educate and support farmers on sustainable farming – came to Osmosis to develop a multimedia program to showcase sustainable farming practices using video and interactive web content.

 

 

Deliverables

Beginning with a day-long workshop with SARE leadership in DC, we built out a strategy and content roadmap for production across all of SARE’s national regions. Osmosis then interviewed farmers across the country to identify characters and storylines on which to base a series of videos that would faithfully capture the range of sustainable farming practices employed by farms nationwide, and SARE’s supportive impact in that ecosystem. We created a video style guide to direct how we would bring a wide breadth of information to life on screen.

Results

Over the course of a year and four production trips, Osmosis captured footage from farms across America, covering practices including cover crop rotation, conservation tillage, compost, crop-livestock integration, soil assessment, beneficial organisms, business management practices, pest management, management of range land systems and more.

Interactive Infographic

Osmosis created an interactive infographic that allows viewers to take a deep dive across a range of sustainable farming practices.  Working closely with SARE leadership, Osmosis designed a multi-layered experience for both desktop and mobile platforms that provides viewers access to a wealth of information on everything from soil assessment to crop-livestock rotation and more.

Osmosis has been a great partner. Their team is very talented, versatile, engaged, accommodating and creative. They've been very quick to pick up on both the values of our organization and the technical details of our work, and they have efficiently translated that understanding into high-quality videos and interactive features that help us tell our story.
—Andy Zieminsky, National Communications Manager

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