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Sticks & Stones Productions

Sticks and Stones Productions looks to inspire the next generation of digital and broadcast content creators, through education, mentorship, opportunity and employment.  They work to transform their client's stories to produce thought provoking and engaging visual media and they strive to be a vital resource to the communities they serve. Sticks and Stones Productions is a non-profit social enterprise and a member of the Haliburton County Community Co-operative.


Educational Services:

Sticks and Stones Productions is integrated into all levels of education provided within Haliburton County including:

Sticks and Stones is also engaged by several School Boards outside the County. The main focus is Visual Literacy, Media Design and Creation.

Youth Mentorship:

Sticks and Stones Productions has been a social enterprise from its inception. Identifying youth with interest in media production, mentoring them and providing real business opportunities has resulted in many now employed in the industry in the county, Toronto and internationally.

Haliburton County Community Co-operative:

The Haliburton County Community Co-operative (since 1997) is a unique model that provides support and infrastructure for a wide range of community-based initiatives. The HCCC mandate is to encourage, develop and support entrepreneurial initiatives that contribute to the social, cultural, environmental and economic well-being of Haliburton county and its residents. The Co-op drew out of the discussions of a diverse group of community members who came together to investigate how to create new wealth in the community that could be re-invested in initiatives that benefit the community. Sticks and Stones is one of 18 parts of the Haliburton County Community Cooperative. For more infomation about the Haliburton County Community Co-operative, visit: http://www.haliburtoncooperative.on.ca/  

 "Prior to our space in the incubator, we had to meet in random office spaces and people's homes. This infomral arrangement did not create a very dynamic or productive work envrionment. Being in the Incubator, which is bright, modern and open, allos us to be more productive, professional and able to visualize growth of our company." - Tammy Rea, Sticks and Stones Productions

For more information: visit www.sticksandstonesproductions.ca or connect with Sticks and Stones on Facebook 

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