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TERRA 222: Black Tale – The Whirling Disease Invaders – Part 1

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The parasite which causes Whirling Disease is one example of the increasingly difficult problems caused by exotic species around the world. Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout has seen dramatic population declines and other n...

TERRA 238: The Last Run – Part 2

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Part Two of "THE LAST RUN" follows salmon from birth to ocean and from fishing net to market. This film brings into focus the plight of the salmon on the Klamath River and the future of the Yurok tribe who depend on t...

TERRA 806: Winter Range

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Winter Range is a documentary film that explores the consequences of rising levels of the livestock disease Brucellosis in elk in the Greater Yellowstone Area. New elk behavior patterns, often attributed to pressure f...

TERRA 1101: The Owls of Montana – Episode 2

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This second episode of a 2-part series on Montana's owls gets up close and personal! Distill Productions follows along with the team at the Owl Research Institute as they trap and tag Boreal, Northern Sah-wet, and Sho...

TERRA 204: Tracking the Pacific Fisher

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The imperiled Pacific Fisher makes its home in the beautiful conifer-hardwood forests of Northern California. The primary caretakers of this forest, the Hoopa Valley Tribe, have teamed up with the Wildlife Conservatio...

TERRA 448: Frog, Chemical, Water, You – Part 1

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Amphibians are indicator species. Because of their sensitive permeable skin, scientists use amphibians to gauge the overall health of the worldwide ecosystem that we all share. So with nearly half of the world's amphi...

TERRA 416: Ranching the New West – Part 3

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In Part three of "Ranching the New West" Duke Phillips tells us why he believes so strongly that cattle grazing is vital for the grasslands of the American West. There is a way to ranch that fits in with the natural s...

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 412: Higher Ground – Part 1

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The Florida coast line is constantly shifting. Natural processes move the sand back and forth, north and south and occasionally a big storm removes it altogether. Of course unnatural processes are also affecting the b...

TERRA 452: Cascading Effects – Part 2

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Examining the sublime landscapes of North Cascade, Mount Rainier, and Olympic National Parks, researchers shed light on emerging indications that climate change is real and predict how warming temperatures will affect...

TERRA 610: Spoil

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SPOIL follows the International League of Conservation Photographers and the Gitga'at first nation people of British Columbia in their search for the illusive spirit bear. Their mission is to create images of this rar...

TERRA 620: TRUST Alaska

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TRUST is a 10-part series about a perfect trifecta. The Public Trust Doctrine is a legal doctrine enshrined in the laws of every civilized government and holds governments accountable to protect the resources we share...

TERRA 540: Feeding the Problem

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'Feeding the Problem' explores the historical and ecological impacts of the century-old artificial feeding program for elk in Western Wyoming. What began in 1912 as a gracious effort to save the Jackson Hole elk herd ...

TERRA 703: Lines In The Sand

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In 1998, Dr. James Thomson perfected a method to grow human Embryonic Stem Cells in a laboratory environment. His discovery sparked a new debate in what historically has been a long line of moral dilemmas initiated by...

TERRA 323: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 3

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The finale of 'Jewels' asks: how does a compound go from the rainforest to the pharmacy? Where Dr. Strobel's research leaves off, the work is just beginning for pharmaceutical companies looking to create new drugs. Th...

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