When people are informed and engaged, healthy societies and renewable natural resources thrive.
As a conservation tool and educational resource, the power of flight is unparalleled. CAVU’s commitment to taking local community leaders and members on these flights provides them the opportunity to witness firsthand the changes happening to their lands.
To encourage an honest exchange of ideas and dialogue on sensitive issues CAVU utilizes film to record unscripted, authentic responses from local residents – we call this style: voices of the people.
The goal of CAVU’s education program is to engage the widest possible audience. The program is unique because the audiences are not only spectators; they are also important participants.
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CAVU also worked with the Sierra Club in northwestern New Mexico’s San Juan Valley looking at major areas of pollution. The first flight, which included tribal leaders from the Navajo…
This summer CAVU teamed up again with our long-term partner the Sea Turtle Conservancy to update the 2007 award-winning documentary “Higher Ground: the Battle to Save Florida’s Beaches”. This new…