The videos below are current or have been recently featured videos. 

For more videos by e-awakening see the list at the bottom of this page.

We at e-Awakening feel that video is a great medium to get your message out, show accomplishments or to give visual expression to your ideas. 

Here are the Current and Recent Feature Videos

LivingLabs at UMass Boston

Dr. Anamarija Frankic acquaints us with oysters in the Boston Harbors, shows us their dire plight and what she is hoping to accomplish with this innovative project.  Click and see what they are doing to bring back the oysters and restore the salt marshes.

Green Harbors Project

LivingLabs

Cleaning up the Merrimack

Rocky Morrison has been working at cleaning up a section of the Merrimack River.  He and some volunteers have taken on a mammoth project.  Click above and see what they have accomplished and imagine how much more they could do with more help.

Cleaning up the

Merrimack River

Clean River Project 2

The Great Salt Marsh

Peter Phippen has been researching the Salt Marsh for over eight years.  Click above to see what has been learned about the marsh, native plants and so much more.  Plus see what we need to do to save this wonder of nature.

The Great Salt Marsh

Clean River Project 2

Click above to see see how Rocky along with volunteers are showing us that, “Yes, we can make a difference.” On this clean up day there were a great group of volunteers from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.

Extended Interview  with Loren M. Wood

Extended Interview with Loren

  Click above to see more of our interview with Loren and learn more about the Arboretum and Harlan P. Kelsey.

Green City Growers

Green City Growers

  Click the photo above to meet some very unusual gardeners.  They are taking organic gardening to the city using small lots and also doing some creative work on rooftops. 

Bob Casey

Bob Casey

  Bob Casey of Rockland, MA is a woodcrafter, artist, conservationist and so much more.  Click on the photo above to see Bob’s hobby that gives a second life to what would end up in a landfill if it wasn’t for his creativity and ingenuity.

Mary O’Donnell

   Click the photo above to meet an extraordinary woman who is an advocate for the environment.  She believes in doing all that she can to make a difference.  This short story is to introduce you to Mary and we look forward to seeing more about her future projects.

Mary O’Donnell

Changes to the Land

Press Conference at Harvard

Press Conference at Harvard

  Click the photo above to learn what was said at Harvard University’s Harvard Forest and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Press Conference releasing a new study:  Changes to the Land, Four Scenarios for the Future of the Massachusetts Landscape.

An Ordinary Guy

The Story of An Ordinary Guy

  Click the photo above to meet a regular guy who is doing some incredible things. There’s a lot happening in Kingston MA, one of the first Green Communities in the state. You’ll see how one person can make a difference.

Roof Top Farm

Roof Top Farm

  Click the photo above to see how Green City Growers is branching out or maybe I should say up. This is a new innovative twist to farming.

Big Heart, Little Feet

Big Heart, Little Feet

  Click here and meet  Pat Conaway, the founder of Big Heart, Little Feet and see how he inspires local environmentalists, making a big job fun and easier with great clean up crews.

Wander, Wonder Wilderness

Wander, Wonder, Wilderness

  Click here to meet Paul and Meredith to find out more about their innovative way of getting people of all ages to discover green spaces in some unlikely areas.

Feature Videos

Buddy Bins

Buddy Bins

  Click here to find out what Pat Conaway’s Buddy Bins are all about and you will also meet Dr. Michelle Cromwell and learn about Service Saturdays

Supporting the Clean River Project
  Click here to meet Massachusetts State Senator Kathleen O’Connor Ives and hear what she has to say about the importance of working together to get things done and what’s happening with Rocky Morrison and the Clean River Project.

Support for the

Clean River Project

NYC - The Climate March

  Click here to see what happened in New York City. People of all ages,  400,000 strong gathered and marched to have their voices heard about Climate Change.

NYC - The Climate March