Category: Conservation

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TERRA 230: The Price of Ivory

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Would it surprise you to know that Africans have no tradition of poaching elephants for their tusks? Modern ivory poaching in fact is imposed by Western and Asian markets. So what motivates indigenous people to take u...

TERRA 520: Farming Forward

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Farming Forward is a short documentary focusing on the environmental problems of modern agriculture in the Chesapeake Bay region. Farmers and agricultural scientists speak about improvements being made to reduce the e...

TERRA 528: Angels of the Forest: Silky Sifakas of Madagascar – Part 1

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In this program produced by Sharon Pieczenik, Erik Patel, a PhD Candidate at Cornell University, discusses his efforts to save Silky Sifaka lemurs in Madagascar. Ninety-eight percent of Madagascar’s mammals, including...

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 813: The Hudson River Clearwater Revival – Part 1

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A group of middle school students sets sail on the Hudson River, aboard the Clearwater tall ship to learn about chemical water pollution. Produced by Hilary Hudson

TERRA 710: The Wool House

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For more than a century the wool house in Sweet Grass County has provided a place for wool growers to store and package wool for shipment as part of a growing cooperative. As competitive global markets have emerged, d...

TERRA 1028: Hannibal

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The Hannibal Bank Seamount, 20 km west of Coiba Island, Panama, is an ideal natural laboratory to explore the processes that determine both bottom and water-column ecological hotspots. Internationally recognized for i...

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 523: Disturbance – Part 2

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As a hybrid of natural history documentary, art film, and political commentary, this film explores the complexity of fire management and fire ecology of the Northern Rockies. Shot completely in Montana, this experimen...

TERRA 804: Alpinas Maneras

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A short non-fiction film exploring the human experience of international mountaineering. Shadowing a 2009 expedition to the Bolivian Andes with community based non-profit, the Montana Mountaineering Association, this ...

TERRA 1122: Chocolate in the Jungle

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A small group of Ecuadorians, united under the name of Itapoa, are buying up remaining land in the Choco Rainforest of Ecuador. Only 5% of its original size, very little of which is protected, the Choco once covered t...

TERRA 335: Oil On Ice – Part 3

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The Gwich'in tribe of Northern Alaska have been hunting caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve for hundreds of years. They rely on the herd's yearly migration for their survival and their way of life. The car...

TERRA 346: Bioneers 2007 – Part 1

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Green has gone global. But for the past 18 years, one of the major epicenters of the movement has been the national Bioneers conference in San Rafael, California. Now that green is moving rapidly into the mainstream, ...

TERRA 904: WildFIRE PIRE: Maori Word for Fire

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When the Maori arrived to New Zealand in 900AD, it was one of the last places to be settled on Earth by humans. They brought many elements of their Polynesian culture to the Islands, but none transformed the landscape...

TERRA 704: Where There Are Reeds

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Athabaska in the Cree language translates to "Where There Are Reeds", a geographic note of these first peoples' early connection to Lake Athabaska and the surrounding terrain. Keeping with the tradition of pre-school ...

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