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TERRA 226: Speaking White Clay

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Over the last 100 years, the American Indian Holocaust and the boarding school era nearly snuffed out the native language of Montana's White Clay tribe. Today, less than five native speakers of the White Clay language...

TERRA 716: Chasing Birds in Beringia

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Enter into the ultra-adventurous world of bush-pilot biologists chasing wild birds in the no-man's-land north of the Arctic Circle. Their world is one of beauty, grit, humor and science. The tundra swans they study ve...

TERRA 722: Life, Land, and Justice in Uganda

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John Muyiisa is 49 years old and has been farming for 34 years and lives in Kasenyi village. His small farm is just yards from the lakefront and had been surrounded by dense forest. Over time he had cultivated a coffe...

TERRA 609: Spaced Out

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What is life? Do we need to define it on order to study its origins? What does it even mean "to define" something? For scientists in more established fields, such as physics or chemistry, these questions are nice to p...

TERRA 401: The Water Carriers – Part 1

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'The Water Carriers' is the story of Callie Blackwood, an American engineering student, and Nina Omwereme Oyamo, a 23-year old woman from the Shirali region of southwestern Kenya. The lives of these two women, from al...

TERRA 227: Ten Days to Paint the Forest – Part 1

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This is no ordinary biological field trip! Travel along with some of the world's foremost bird and nature artists to the incredible Chappari Reserve, among the last remaining high-altitude dry forests of South America...

TERRA 511: Montana Fare

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How do Americans decide what food to eat? What is more important: quantity or quality? Taste or price? MONTANA FARE examines contemporary food culture in rural Montana through the eyes of two women [farmer/rancher Jen...

TERRA 532: Source to Sea, The Columbia River Swim – Part 2

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Join Chris Swain for a thirteen-hundred mile swim down one of America's greatest and most troubled rivers.

TERRA 302: Making a Yidaki with Djalu Gurruwiwi

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When it comes to the art of making a yidaki (didgeridoo), Djalu Gurruwiwi of the Galpu clan in the Northern Territory of Australia is widely regarded as the best there is. Rising to International fame after making all...

TERRA 404: Sentinel of the Plains

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A portrait of Bruce Selyem, photographer and founder of The Country Grain Elevator Historical Society, and his passion for preserving the memories of a relic that is rapidly disappearing from our rural landscape. Bruc...

TERRA 503: Why Don’t We Ride Zebras?

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Ever wonder why we aren't all riding around on zebras? And why did only certain animals become man's hamburger, man's best friend, and man's trusty steed? Tune in and find out why our ancestors never successfully dome...

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 415: Ranching the New West – Part 2

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In part two of "Ranching the New West", we see the connection between family and land. Duke Phillips respects the heritage of his predecessors, and he's passing along his knowledge and vision of holistic ranching to h...

TERRA 814: The Hudson River Clearwater Revival – Part 2

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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 1023: Gluten Free, Me?

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This film discusses what gluten really is and who should actually eliminate it from their diet.

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