The Downstream Project Updated:05/2019

Downstream’s Omni-Media Services

Downstream’s professional Omni-Media crew stands ready to assist with your next project. If you need a communications team with a vested interest in thinking globally and acting locally on conservation issues, the Downstream Project will help you succeed.

Message and Identity Development: Our copywriters, editors and graphic designers work with you to ensure that your verbal/visual message is elegant, memorable, and tailored to your audience.

Website Design: Whether you’re starting from scratch, need a facelift, or a full site overhaul including a Content Management System, our Web team has the creative and technical experience required.

Film and Video Production:  We’re a one-stop shop, from pre-production to scripting, shooting, directing, and editing, to online distribution and DVD production.

Social Media: We’ll show you how FaceBook, Twitter, YouTube, Blogging and Email work together to opt-in your audience and build support, regionally or globally.


The mission of The Downstream Project is to promote natural resource conservation by stimulating awareness, action and alliances through visual arts and technology.

As the saying goes “we all live downstream.” But at The Downstream Project it’s more than a saying. It’s the underlying principle behind everything we do, beginning with our flagship 2009 film, Shenandoah: Voices of the River. This 52-minute documentary examines the history, ecology, and beauty of this treasured natural resource—and the potentially devastating impacts on its future. In all of our omni-media efforts we continue to utilize this “in their own words” approach to capture and convey the energy and passion and commitment of our project partners and their missions.

In the words of TDP founder George Ohrstrom: “The hope is that people will educate themselves and stand up and become a voice for downstream issues because they are exceedingly important to all of us.”

The Downstream Project is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as described in the Internal Revenue Code, and is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions in accordance with section 170.



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Contact The Downstream Project

William R. Howard
Executive Director
303 East Main Street
PO Box 1000
Berryville, VA  22611
Phone: 540-955-6066

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