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TERRA 320: The Curse of Copper – Part 3

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What kind of environmental and social impacts are likely from the proposed copper mine? Serious rifts have already disturbed the community: "Before, everyone got on well in Intag - they shared everything - their jobs,...

TERRA 319: The Curse of Copper – Part 2

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With cries of: "We are hungry for an ecologist!" Ronald Andrade, leader of CODEGAM, the organization funded by Ascendant Copper, violently forces his way into a municipal meeting. Fearing violence, fifteen representat...

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 317: Up a Creek

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Just in time for the spring runoff, Bill Cummings, renegade canoeist from Montpelier, Vermont, arrives to usher in the next greatest trend in river sports . . . canoe-poling. Cummings stands in his canoe. He uses only...

TERRA 424: Eureka! A Sense of Nature – Part 2

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Camp Eureka! is a place where kids get together to experience the world around them and learn a little more about themselves. But this is not your everyday nature camp, because in this camp, all the children are eithe...

TERRA 213: Leave It to Beavers

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Beavers are often thought of as cute and perhaps even comical little critters. But have you ever stopped to think about their amazing engineering skill? What if we told you that beavers were helping the environment lo...

TERRA 423: Eureka! A Sense of Nature – Part 1

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Camp Eureka! is a place where kids get together to experience the world around them and learn a little more about themselves. But this is not your everyday nature camp, because in this camp, all the children are eithe...

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 316: Kis-Ka-Dee – Part 2

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Who will win the "Outta Sight" birding tournament? Will it be "Team Palomas," "Team Caracaras," or "Team Tweety Birds?" Sometimes, when one sense is lost, another is gained. What that sense is, exactly, is not heard o...

TERRA 315: Kis-Ka-Dee – Part 1

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Every year, a small group of birders gather in Southeastern Texas for the "Outta Sight" birding tournament. The team to identify the most species wins . . . and, oh yeah, you can't use your eyes.

TERRA 314: A Dozen More Turns – Part 3

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The final installment of "A Dozen More Turns" sees Sam being airlifted to Bozeman hospital at the conclusion of two horrible days on the mountain. His recovery would take 17 days in hospital, 10 painful operations and...

TERRA 313: A Dozen More Turns – Part 2

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After the avalanche took the life of Blake Morstad, it also left Sam Kavanagh hanging on by a thread in very dangerous circumstances. Still deep in the backcountry, Sam was hemorrhaging blood from his mangled leg. Wit...

TERRA 312: A Dozen More Turns – Part 1

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"What we see is people with a lot of backcountry experience who understand the science of avalanches, understand why avalanches form, why slopes are dangerous and know what to look for. Yet they still get in trouble. ...

TERRA 611: Connecting the Gems

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Wildlife biologist Gregg Treinish and filmmaker Deia Schlosberg hike 520 miles along one of the most important wildlife corridors in North America. The two adventurers seek to gain a better understanding of the health...

TERRA 614: Feeding the Problem

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What began in 1912 as a gracious effort to save the Jackson Hole elk herd from harsh winters, shrinking habitat, and dwindling forage, has morphed into a century-long feeding program on what is now the National Elk Re...

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