Por Eco Productions

Central Maryland’s source for cultivating agricultural and environmental content since 2007

News Releases


Informational Toolkits



Environmental Education

Content is developed with your Point-of-Reference (POR) and within budget. From the ground up, your story can be told with One Idea in Dos Languages.


We will take your POR from script to screen. Grow your story with a 2 to 5 minute video for your official website, regional meeting, or annual conference.

Bring us to your work environment for developing video support resources and personal profile documentaries.  Expand your media toolkit with targeted curriculum initiatives or Web-based programming.

Environmental Español

By using our Environmental Español method, your communications plan can be translated from either Spanish to English or English to Spanish. Services include script transcriptions, slide-show presentations, e-learning curriculums, and fact sheets. Seminars and workshops are available for instruction at your building or classroom.


We strive to deliver your public communications or news items in a concise and informative manner.  Your message is delivered with your point-of-reference and available for distribution in dos languages.

Though video storytelling, copywriting services and press releases, Por Eco presents your idea to engage new audiences. Your promotional mix can either gain exposure in 1080I or expand to news outlets on the Web with a touch or click away.


“Mr. Besley’s Forest”” is a connection to the past and our future. A documentary about Maryland’s First State Forester, Mr. Fred W. Besley. Audiences will discover the ways he used land stewardship to promote woodland conservation and scientific forestry management.

In 1906, the State Board of Forestry in Maryland was third in the United States to bring establish a system of forests, parks, and selected open natural-resource areas. Today, more than 11 million visitors enjoy outdoor recreation in Maryland. “Mr. Besley’s Forest” lands is a place where U.S. history and pioneering forest conservation join harmoniously to connect children with nature.