Enter the Arcadia Climate Change Video Contest

Sponsored by Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company

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As a part Mass Audubon’s statewide strategy to address the effects of climate change, Arcadia has been designated as a Climate Action Center. Our goal is to increase understanding of how climate change will impact us locally and inspire action.

While climate change is a global issue, solutions start at the local level. And engaging and educating our community is essential to success. That is why we have partnered with Dean's Bean Organic Coffee to host the Arcadia Climate Change Video Contest.

Keep an eye on this page for information about the 2019 contest!

2018 Contest Winners

The winner of Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary’s first ever Climate Video Contest has been revealed!

Emily Chiang, a sophomore majoring in Engineering at Smith College submitted the winning video and will receive a $1,000 Grand Prize. The contest was generously sponsored by Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Company.

There were great submissions and we’d like to thank everyone who participated! Watch the second place video from runners-up Claire Seaman and Rebecca Grossman.

This contest was aimed at college students studying in the Pioneer Valley. It was piloted this spring semester with the goal of engaging college students in the climate change conversation and creating videos that can help educate and inspire action.

Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Mass Audubon's first Climate Action Centers. Visit the sanctuary to learn more about how climate change is affecting the Pioneer Valley and what we can all do about it.


Please email videocontest@massaudubon.org with any questions or concerns.