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TERRA 616: Trust California & Montana

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Trust is a 10-part series about a perfect trifecta. The Public Trust Doctrine is a legal doctrine that traces back to Roman times and holds governments accountable to protect the resources we all share in common and d...

TERRA 332: Fish and Cow – Part 2

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Ranchers sitting down with conservationists to work out the best way to preserve a valley in Montana - ten years ago you might have said this was impossible. However, today it is not only possible, but a reality. Ther...

TERRA 524: The Barge That Wouldn’t Budge

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In March 2009, a group of NOAA scientists and marine debris experts gathered on the shores the Potomac River to tackle a problem left ignored for the last 25 years. Abandoned during the construction of a local yacht c...

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 327: A Cat Called Elvis – Part 3

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Charles Dye dragged his wife and one year old son to the other side of the world and asked them to live in Mongolia with him for three months, just for the chance to find and film one of the rarest species of cat on t...

TERRA 517: Sealed Off!!! – Part 1

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The beach known as The Children's Pool in La Jolla, California, has been a point of pride in the town for 75 years. Today almost no one goes there to swim, not since a pod of 200 harbor seals took up residence on the ...

TERRA 713: TRUST Colorado

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In this episode of the TRUST series, meet Xiuhtez­catl Mar­tinez, an 11-year-old boy from Boul­der, Col­orado. Xiuhtez­catl shares why he joined youth from across the coun­try to ask the courts to hear their law­suit ...

TERRA 206: Bison Bison

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Fifteen years after bad publicity closed it down, Montana's bison hunt is up and running again. But the state's newest effort to control Yellowstone Park's wandering herd isn't a hit with everyone. Is it population ma...

TERRA 518: Sealed Off!!! – Part 2

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The beach known as The Children's Pool in La Jolla, California, has been a point of pride in the town for 75 years. Today almost no one goes there to swim, not since a pod of 200 harbor seals took up residence on the ...

TERRA 208: The New Wolf Hunters

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Ten years after a successful reintroduction program brought wolves back into Yellowstone after an absence of 70 years, the dust is beginning to settle. However, a new and problematic issue is emerging: the once hated ...

TERRA 456: The Flying Dustbin – Part 1

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"The Flying Dustbin" is the success story of the Fulmar, a seabird which numbers 500,000 pairs in the UK but was virtually unknown as a breeding species at the turn of the last century. The film documents the reasons ...

TERRA 413: Higher Ground – Part 2

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In part two of Higher Ground, the battle over Florida's beaches continues. In the middle of this conflict between developers and preservationists are the sea turtles which use this fragile habitat as nesting ground. A...

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 458: The Flying Dustbin – Part 3

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"The Flying Dustbin" is the success story of the Fulmar, a seabird which numbers 500,000 pairs in the UK but was virtually unknown as a breeding species at the turn of the last century. The film documents the reasons ...

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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