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Credits


Producer: Catherine Winter
Editor: Mary Beth Kirchner
Executive Editor and Host: Stephen Smith

Web Producer: Ochen Kaylan
Web Editor: Emily Hanford

Audio Mixing: Sam Keenan

Production Assistance: Marc Sanchez and Suzanne Pekow
Additional Reporting: Scott Hunter

Special thanks: Robert Leighninger, author of Long-Range Public Investment, and Ed O'Leary, Director of Operations for the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation.




About WNET.ORG
New York public media company WNET.ORG is a pioneering provider of television and Web content. The parent of Thirteen/WNET, WLIW New York and Creative News Group, WNET.ORG brings together respected and innovative producers in arts and culture; news and public affairs; science, nature and history; and childrenís programming in the pursuit of a single, overarching goal to create media experiences of lasting significance for New York, America and the world.


Blueprint America is a year-long multi-platform media initiative on the critical choices we face in updating our nationís aging infrastructure. The initiative continues to present a unique portfolio of reports under the Blueprint America umbrella, including original documentaries, individual segments produced in partnership with PBSís most prestigious and most-watched news and public affairs and public radio outlets, and a comprehensive website at www.pbs.org/blueprintamerica. The project is being supported with a major grant from The Rockefeller Foundation.


The Rockefeller Foundation was established in 1913 by John D. Rockefeller Sr. With assets of more than $4 billion, the Foundation attempts to harness the creative forces of globalization by supporting breakthrough solutions to 21st century challenges. This helps ensure that the tools and technologies that have significantly improved the human condition in many locations over the past half-century are accessible to more people, more fully, in more places and that poor and vulnerable people are equipped to seize them. Visit www.rockfound.org.





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