For the past few years at Royal Botanical Gardens, we’ve been making simple videos for social media using cell phones. This fun side-of-the-desk project has become critical in the past month as we move from interpreting our gardens and nature sanctuaries in situ to entirely virtually. At the beginning of April 2020, we launched RBG at Home to connect with our “visitors” by providing videos, activities, and videoconference programs. Jennifer Dick, Interpretation Oficer for Royal Botanical Gardens, offers her tips for making a successful interpretation in this blog post.
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