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TERRA 908: Potomac: The River Runs Through Us

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The Potomac River is the source of drinking water for six million people in the Washington DC area. Safe drinking water depends on clean rivers. Each person can make a difference to protect this essential resource for...

TERRA 916: The Power to Print

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The Power to Print explores the popular technology of 3D printing and takes you along with filmmaker Brett Kuxhausen as he tries to print one of the most provocative and talked about creations of 3D printing: a plasti...

TERRA 702: Why is Science Important?

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Science teacher and film-maker Alom Shaha sets out to uncover a genuinely satisfying answer to his students' most common question: why is science important?

TERRA 529: Angels of the Forest: Silky Sifaka Lemurs of Madagascar – Part 2

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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 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 531: Source to Sea, The Columbia River Swim – Part 1

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

TERRA 812: Fly Fishing Is A Joke

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This film is as much about the insurmountable distance between the camera and the subject as it is about the indefinable draw of fly fishing. This film was compiled in large part from the filmmaker's library of footag...

TERRA 204: Tracking the Pacific Fisher

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The imperiled Pacific Fisher makes its home in the beautiful conifer-hardwood forests of Northern California. The primary caretakers of this forest, the Hoopa Valley Tribe, have teamed up with the Wildlife Conservatio...

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 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 303: Jewels of the Jungle – Part 1

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Dr. Gary Strobel's signature red stocking cap lives in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Why? Strobel is one of only a handful of plant scientists scouring the planet the old-fashioned way for the n...

TERRA 816: Reduce Reuse Recycle-tron

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Bjorn, a surly viking transported to the present through mysterious circumstances, must come to terms with Resource Conservation (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) through the expert coaching of high school students Brenda and ...

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 1031: Liminal

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Liminal not only explores seal folklore, it provides background information on the common and grey seal, and how folklore is a global subject that can reconnect people back to landscape. Liminal is a 10 – 15 minute...

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...

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