Welcome to the RAIN Network Digital Media Center. From here you access all of RAIN's media channels. RAIN provides Public Internet Broadcasting Services to community, education, and environmental groups. These services include still photography, audio and video production, and live video streaming for conferences, forums, and other events. If you are interested in collaborating with RAIN to broadcast or document an event, e-mail us.

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Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary "Status of the Resources" Public Forum
On May 17th 2000, Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary held a public information forum at UC Santa Barbara regarding the Status of the Resources within the sanctuary. RAIN was on hand to video the event, which was an exciting step in the sanctuaries boundary redefinition process.
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Dave Foreman - "The River Wild: Rewilding in the Context of Conservation History"
On May 4th chair of the Wildlands Project and Co-founder of Earth First! gave a lecture on rewilding at UC Santa Barbara's Campbell Hall. This exciting lecture was folowed by a talk on Santa Barbara's local conservation efforts with the Conception Coast Project and was broadcasted live on the internet.

Camp Internet goes to Palm Canyon!
On April 27th 2000, the Camp Internet Kimbark Elementary School class went on their field trip to Andreas Canyon and Palm Canyon in the Agua Caliente Desert. This trip was part of RAIN's Camp Internet Distance Education Program The students took a guided tour of both canyons and learned much about the desert ecosystem and the native Cahuilla Indians who lived there.
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Telemedicine Video work continues
As part of the ongoing Distance Learning and Telemedicine Project, RAIN is setting up an archive of educational videos designed to teach family practice residents, nurse practitioners, visiting medical students, and community physicians the basics of caring for children from a pediatrician's perspective. To check this project out Go to our DLT Pediatric Education site
               
 
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