About The Program
About Crane
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About the Program
The Oregon Story Series
Since 1997, OPB has been developing educational programming and supplementary Web content to encourage statewide education about Oregon's relationship with the land.
This chapter of The Oregon Story is a video snapshot of the students at Crane Union High School, a public boarding school in eastern Oregon.
Funding for The Oregon Story: Three Days at Crane is provided through the Education Program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture/Rural Development.
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For more information on purchasing a copy of the DVD, call OPB Distribution (503) 977-7769

Broadcast Production Team
The OPB broadcast program The Oregon Story: Three Days at Crane was created with the assistance of:
Producer/Director  |  Eric Cain
Editor  |  Al Herberholz
Associate/Field Producer  |  Mike Midlo
Additional Editing  |  Bruce Barrow
Videography  | 

Tom Shrider
Todd Sonflieth
Nick Fisher

Audio  |  Randy Layton
William Ward
Executive Producer  |  Steve Amen
Director of Local Productions  |  Jeff Douglas
Site Production
OPB Interactive develops the companion Web sites for the Oregon Story series. OPB Interactive has also produced a number of Web sites for PBS.org, as well as enhanced-TV prototypes, books, and extensive promotion and education/outreach campaigns for PBS primetime programs.
The OPB Web site The Oregon Story: Three Days at Crane was created with the assistance of:
Marion Rice  |  Executive Producer
John Kin  |  Producer/Web Developer
Kristy Athens  |  Writer
Online at: opb.org
Use Restrictions
All content in The Oregon Story programs and Web site(s) is protected by copyright. However, material may be used for educational and research purposes. It is the responsibility of the user to determine whether any additional copyright restrictions apply to images found on The Oregon Story site(s).