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News and Events

  • Blue Earth Board Expands

    We happily welcome the following individuals to our board of directors: Thor Radford, Lisa Delfiner Parsons, David Ryder, Drew Stone, Debbie Espinosa, Mandy Lindgren, Tom Lynn, and Karen Ducey. More »

  • PhotoWings Publishes Video on Collaborations

    PhotoWings and Suzie Katz put together a wonderful compilation of interviews they conducted with our presenters during Collaborations for Cause in April. This video perfectly captures the power of collaborative work.

    Creative Collaboration 

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  • Call for Entries:  Summer submission deadline is July 20th, 2016   

    We invite you to submit your work for consideration of Blue Earth sponsorship in our upcoming call for entries.   We are accepting project proposals now through July 20. More »

  • Blue Earth accepts three projects in spring submission

    Three projects have been selected during the spring submission call for entries.  We are excited to bring these strong projects on for sponsorship.   Please visit the project pages to learn more about the people behind the work.  More »

  • Once and Future River: Reclaiming the Duwamish

    Blue Earth photographer Tom Reese’s book, Once and Future River: Reclaiming the Duwamish, published. More »

  • C4C Videos Online at Photowings

    Very excited to see that the first presentation is live at

    http://photowings.org/bea-collaborations-for-cause-2016/ 

    The rest of the presentations AND in-depth interviews will be posted soon. Thanks to our friends at Photowings.org for partnering with us for the fourth year! More »

  • Give Big Extended through Midnight, May 4

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  • Mountain Caribou Initiative launched a Kickstarter Campaign

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  • Gary Braasch dies in Australia

    It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of renowned photographer Gary Braasch while photographing in Australia for his project "World View of Global Warming." More »

  • Daniel Beltrá "Ice/Green Lands" Exhibit

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  • Collaborations for Cause 2016 to be held April 15 & 16 in Seattle.

    Register on the Conference Here More »

  • Fracking project published

    Report and articles spotlight fracking impacts More »

  • Mountain Caribou Accepted as Blue Earth Project

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  • Greg Constantine receives National Endowment for Democracy Grant

    Greg Constantine has received another prestigious National Endowment for Democracy grant for his project "Nowhere people." More »

  • Matt Black awarded 2015 W. Eugene Smith Grant

    NEW YORK, NY (September 14, 2015) – Documentary photojournalist Matt Black tonight was named the recipient of the 2015 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography during a ceremony at The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. More »

  • Collaborations for Cause to be held April 15-16, 2016 in Seattle

    We are pleased to announce that our next Collaborations for Cause 2016 will be April 15-16, 2016 in Seattle. We are hard at work lining up the programming and will update you when as the date gets closer. More »

  • Cuba: Black and White published by Steidi

    Anna Mia Davidson’s new book, Cuba: Black and White, will be published by Steidl this December. Blue Earth sponsored her Cuba project. An exhibit of Anna’s Cuba prints will be held at the Leica Gallery in Los Angeles Dec. 10-Jan. 18th. More »

  • Collaborations For Cause Videos

    Videos from Collaborations For Cause retreat are now online. Included in this initial selection are videos of the panels and presentations from the weekend events. Interviews with the conference speakers about their work will be coming soon. More »

  • Shooting From The Heart: Photography That Makes A Difference

    Need some help creating your own photographic project? Download a free PDF copy of Blue Earth's highly regarded handbook for photographers developing documentary projects, Shooting From The Heart: Photography That Makes A Difference. More »

Featured Projects

  • Leonardo Merçon
    Lágrimas do Rio Doce

    Tears of the Sweet River More »

  • Mustafah Abdulaziz
    Water

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  • Dan Lamont and Sara Finkelstein
    Breaking the Cycle

    a documentary film More »