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TERRA 1006: The Life and Times of a Pet Rock

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More obedient than a dog, less maintenance than a fish, and lives longer than a parrot - introducing the world’s finest pet - the rock. Meet Rocky the pet rock. Follow Rocky on his journey to find his parents and lear...

TERRA 1002: Digging For Owls

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Burrowing owls were extirpated from British Columbia in 1980. Dedicated volunteers at the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society of British Columbia are trying to bring them back.

TERRA 801: Salma – A Wingless Nomad

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This film presents the political conflict of Western Sahara through the fictional story of a young Sahrawi refugee whose only way of connecting with reality and the memories of her childhood is through the images of f...

TERRA 318: The Curse of Copper – Part 1

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In 1997, noted Harvard ecologist E.O. Wilson wrote to a small community in the remote cloud forest region of Ecuador, urging them to continue their fight against the scourge of copper mining in perhaps the most biodiv...

TERRA 422: White Wings Over Montana

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Every spring thousands of snow geese migrate along the Rocky Mountain Front en route to their arctic breeding grounds. One of their primary stopover points is Freezeout Lake in northern Montana. Likewise, people flock...

TERRA 330: The Urban Aesthetic

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Big cities all seem the same to me - huge buildings, noisy cars and curious pidgins reign supreme and the concrete jungle seems to expand for ever. When I visit a city and look out at the urban landscape, I can't help...

TERRA 407: Saving the ASEAN Dream – Part 2

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In part two of "Saving the ASEAN Dream", the Scubazoo team look at how all ten ASEAN countries need to band together to conserve their natural resources and wilderness areas. The ASEAN head office in the Philippines i...

TERRA 232: A Corpse Flower Grows in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn is indeed home to many noxious smells, but perhaps the most intriguing one in recent history occurred during the peak blooming hours of the Amorphophallus titanum in the early morning of August 11th at the Br...

TERRA 333: Oil On Ice – Part 1

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There are few places in the world as beautiful as the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve. Its huge mountains and endless plains are rich with caribou, bears, wolves and muskoxen. Unfortunately, this area is also rich wi...

TERRA 607: Students Saving the Ocean

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Students Saving the Ocean tells the story of the how the conservation community in the Bay Area comes together to improve the health and environment of the California coasts. Students lead the charge to explain how ev...

TERRA 1019: Junk Studio

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Portrait of Northwest Montana artist Abe Quilling whose Junk Studio series is inspired by local history and made with discarded objects. Over coming the skepticism of friends and family he begins incorporating the unl...

TERRA 1011: Profit(a)bottle

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Profit(a)bottle follows John McKerry and his waste collection team as they travel through the impoverished township areas of the Cape Town; collecting recyclables pickers have gathered, giving them cash in return. To ...

TERRA 521: Chesapeake Gold

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Oysters were once capable of filtering all the water in the Chesapeake Bay in two days. Now after centuries of Oyster harvesting the bay is no longer capable of cleaning itself. A new brand of oystermen is emerging to...

TERRA 903: A Gift from the Creator

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Don Shoulderblade, a Sun Dance Priest from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation, weaves the historical relevance and importance of the horse in the Native American culture with the story of how his grandson taught himsel...

TERRA 1032: Bridger Mule Deer

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Biologists Julie Cunningham and Dave Pac discuss the long-term research on mule deer in the Bridger Mountain Range of Southwest Montana, showing that ecological processes are often more complex than many people think.

TERRA 1120: Their Land: Last of the Caribou Herd

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Their Land: Last of the Caribou Herd intimately profiles the connections between First Nations communities and mountain caribou, explores their threatened habitat, and the hard choices that have to be made to conserve...

TERRA 1104: Testimony: Remembering Glen Canyon

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More than fifty years after the construction of the Glen Canyon dam, the dam's existence remains a sensitive subject especially to those fortunate enough to have seen the canyon before it was inundated. Today, pressur...

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