High School First Prize StudentCam Contest Winners
The high school section first prize-winning video, Requiem for the Honeybee, was shown. The producers, Charles Greene and Eliza… read more
The high school section first prize-winning video, Requiem for the Honeybee, was shown. The producers, Charles Greene and Eliza McNitt, 12th-grade students at Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut, were interviewed by remote video from Stamford, Connecticut.
Kevin Hackett of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Research Service particpated in the C-SPAN studio for an in-depth look at the issue of colony collapse disorder (CCD) and the impact it has on society.
Kim Flottum, the editor of Bee Culture magazine and author of numerous books on beekeeping, participated by telephone. He talked about his experience as a crop grower and the impact of bees, as well as the impact of colony collapse disorder (CCD) on farmers.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary exploring an issue of national significance that they believe is in need of urgent attention from the new president of the United States using some C-SPAN footage and covering multiple viewpoints. The local cable company was Cablevision. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Kevin Hackett Program Leader Department of Agriculture->Agricultural Marketing Service
- Eliza McNitt Contest Winner Greenwich (CT) High School
- Steven Scully Host C-SPAN
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