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TERRA 435: Burning the Future – Coal in America

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Do you ever wonder where the juice to charge your iPod was produced? Like over half the electricity in the United States, probably from a coal-fired power plant run on coal from the mountains of West Virginia. This re...

TERRA 1001: A Climate of TRUST

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In May 2011, a hatch of unprecedented legal actions took place across the United States - youth from around the country were taking their governments to court for failure to protect their atmosphere for future generat...

TERRA 519: Disappearing Catch

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For centuries the Maryland Blue Crab has defined a way of life for Chesapeake Bay Water Men. Now this resource, which was once so plentiful, is declining in numbers and is threatening a way of life that has defined th...

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 507: On the Wing – Part 1

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'On The Wing' is a new documentary which tells the story of Portland, Oregon's Chapman Swifts. Each fall, these birds roost in the chimney of a Portland elementary school and put on an amazing nightly aerial display t...

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 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 803: WildFIRE PIRE – A World on Fire

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WildFIRE PIRE is a National Science Foundation five-year project that is an international partnership coordinated by the Montana Institute on Ecosystems and Montana State University that focuses on the causes and cons...

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 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 402: The Water Carriers – Part 2

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In part two of 'The Water Carriers', Callie Blackwood, an American engineering student, struggles to bridge the cultural and communication divides between the Montana State University engineers and the Kenyans, and co...

TERRA 533: Return to the Wild

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'Return To The Wild: A Modern Tale of Wolf & Man' takes a fair and open-minded look at the re-introduction of the gray wolf to the Northern Rockies, the friction it has caused, and the passionate debate it has sti...

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 1012: Fungiphilia Rising

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Synopsis: An ode to nature's often forgotten alchemists and their allies. Fungiphilia Rising is an invitation to explore the fascinating world of mushrooms throughout the American West. By attending mushroom forays a...

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...

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