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TERRA 714: DisSOLVE

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The envi­ron­men­tal non-profit sec­tor has always had a dif­fi­cult time secur­ing finan­cial sup­port, often rely­ing on the gen­eros­ity of vol­un­teerism. How­ever, the recent eco­nomic down­turn has put this sec­...

TERRA 442: Gimme Green – Part 3

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Lawns are undeniably an American symbol. But what do they really symbolize? Pride and prosperity? Or waste and conformity? Gimme Green is a humorous look at the American obsession with the residential lawn and the eff...

TERRA 1117: The Otherworldly Voice

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To make music without touching your instrument is a rare feat, and a difficult task to accomplish.  It sounds and looks like something out of a science fiction film, but this musical oddity has been around since the 1...

TERRA 1018: Croaked: The Science of Humor

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Is there a formula for funny? Join comedian Christian McDaniel as he attempts to look at the science behind humor and why people laugh. It's science, without killing any frogs.

TERRA 419: Pablo’s Hippos – Part 1

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What do politics, drugs, farming, South America, biodiversity and the African hippopotami all have in common? They are the ingredients that make up the amazing story of "Pablo's Hippos". Not long ago, after the assass...

TERRA 241 – Bioneers – Part 2

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The Bioneers march on! Part Two of this series showcases the drama, the magic, and the beautiful chaos of the first half of Bioneers weekend. Is this a conference, a festival, or a "happening?" The Bioneers bring new ...

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...

TERRA 423: Eureka! A Sense of Nature – Part 1

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Camp Eureka! is a place where kids get together to experience the world around them and learn a little more about themselves. But this is not your everyday nature camp, because in this camp, all the children are eithe...

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 310: Picante! The Power of Peppers – Part 2

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The power of peppers is in their heat - but what causes them to burn when we eat them and why do we keep coming back for more? What is the magic component that can stop bears in their tracks and turn the simple chili ...

TERRA 910: Escape

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When school and life overwhelm him, one college student seeks solace by biking into nature. Escape follows Lincoln Gulley as he winds down beautiful mountain roads, looks up at starry skies and reflects on his relatio...

TERRA 437: Democracy & Action from Burning the Future — Coal in America

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In our final installment from Burning the Future, we learn how individuals organizing on a grass-roots level can make a difference! Citizens, lawyers, physicians, and even pilots all come together in support of a comm...

TERRA 420: Pablo’s Hippos – Part 2

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In part two of Pablo's Hippos, we learn about the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, the hippos' relationship with the inhabitants of the area, and the faded grandeur of Pablo's estancia. Tune in next week to learn the f...

TERRA 709: Fanihi – A Cultural Digest

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The island of Rota contains the last viable population of Flying Foxes in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam. This paradisiacal setting is also home to Rotanese Chamorros who have proud traditio...

TERRA 231: Ebola Testimonies

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When zoologists in the Lossi region of central Africa noticed that some of the gorillas they were studying were becoming sick and dying, they could not have known what was to come. Within a year of the initial discove...

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