The Appalachians (52 min)
The history of Appalachia is told by historians, writers, poets and musicians like Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Vince Gill, Allison Krauss and more.
Being Caribou (72 min)
Follows the journey of two Canadians as they travel in Yukon Territory to learn about the Caribou in Alaska 's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Broken Limbs: Apples, Agriculture and the American Farmer (57 min)
Explores the decline of small family farms in Washington State .
Cactus (3 min)
Cell Animation (5 min)
Endangered Species (90 min)
Young men and women are recruited to form ECC and reintroduce Bald Eagles to Anacostia's river side.
Flip Flotsam (30 min)
Follows the journey of flip flops that wash up on the shores of Mombassa , Kenya , where villagers transform them into art and other products.
Letting Go: The Art of Catch and Release (15 min)
Discover some of the best fly fishing in the world in Alaska 's pristine streams.
Lower Orders (5 min)
Monumental: David Brower's Fight to Protect Wild America (74 min)
As the first Executive Director, Brower transformed the Sierra Club in the 1950s and 1960s through hard hitting ad campaigns.
Mosaic of Diversity (22 min)
A stunning documentary of the natural and cultural history of the Olympic Mountains narrated by Native American actor Graham Greene.
One Wild Ride: Yukon to Yellowstone (45 min)
Join in a 5,000 mile mountain journey lead by Nick Baker (Bioblitz) along with bison, caribou, wolves, wolverines, grizzly bears, moose and more!
People of the Sea (62 min)
Explores the past fortunes and future hopes of the people of Newfoundland and Labrador and their intimate relationship with the sea.
The River (31 min)
1938 Pulitzer Prize© nominated documentary on the Mississippi River by WV filmmaker, Pare Lorentz.
Snow Geese in Peril (11 min)
The Story of the Weeping Camel (93 min)
In this Academy Award© nominated film for Best Documentary, a family of herders in Mongolia 's Gobi desert faces a crisis when a mother camel unexpectedly rejects her newborn calf.
Thirst (62 min)
Addresses the privatization of water on three continents.
Thoughts in the Presence of Fear (26 min)
A powerful essay on our times, written and narrated by farmer conservationist Wendell Berry .
Wildlife Refuge Centennial: Buttman (3 min)
2004 Family Fun Program:
Good Riddance! Air Pollution: The Eco Van Comes Clean (5 min)
Banjo Frogs (5 min)
The Man Who Planted Trees (30 min)
Academy Award© winner for animation.
Possum Rest (5 min)
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