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Children & Teens
Favorite Radio Programs
A Farm in Marin
Letter from a town of 50
I-Net Video Theater ~ Mother Earth
Nature and Naturalists
The Living Planet
This 12-part series narrated by David Attenborough remains a favorite.
A beautiful short film documenting astronauts’ life-changing stories of seeing the Earth from the outside – a perspective-altering experience often described as the Overview Effect.
This is one of my absolute favorite nature documentaries--a 6-part series exploring nature in the remote regions of China.
John James Audubon - The Birds of America
This extraordinary French film, it seems, could only have been filmed by another bird. A bird's-eye view indeed!
National Geographic Great Migrations
This is a CBC two part series on fruit hunters and aficionados, the precursor to a movie, based on the book.
Louie Schwartzberg: The hidden beauty of pollination
Hidden Mracles of the Natural World
Stunning photos of the endangered Everglades
A TED talk by Mac Stone.
How trees talk to each other
A TED talk by Suzanne Simard
Caring for the Earth
The National Parks: John Muir
Reading from Thomas Berry's book
, "The Dream of the Earth."
by Matthew Segal.
The author of
The Sand County Almanac
was a pioneer in understanding ecological systems and land management.
MALT: Sustainable Family Farming
Caring for the land in practical terms has required some remarkable collaborations between such unlikely groups as ranchers and environmentalists, private land owners and public agencies. The Marin Agricultural Land Trust is one model. Another is
The Blackfoot Challenge in Montana
Rudolph Steiner's ideas in practice.
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