1. burn to river


    from peter bill / Added

    2,270 Plays / / 6 Comments

    sound design mixed live by manda clair jost An exploration of the SW new mexico landscape. shots are from: from an alder groove near cherry creek, the edge of whitewater baldy fire, Mogollon, the Gila river at Gila box, the Gila river at forks campground, my landlady's pond by mangus creek, and the view from my pad out in backwoods new mex... gear: canon 5DIII, 7D, Tokina 11-16mm, and other secret lens' you will have to ask me about. retina macbook pro with adobe CS6 cloud (I have forsaken my first film editing love FCP, and apple the new quicktime is a total drag, and buggy to boot)

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    • Gila River Ponds


      from Manny Chee Outdoors / Added

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      Manny Chee and the Urban Assault Anglers are at it again, this time they invade the heavy cover of the Gila River ponds. Catch the debut of The Black Betty Fly and the return of the Swamp Frog. Using a Spring Creek Pram and Orvis Helios equipment the exploration trip turns out great.

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      • Gila River Ponds with AFG


        from Manny Chee Outdoors / Added

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        Manny Chee and the Swamp Frog invade the pond again, this time with Scooter Griffith from The Arizona Fishing Guides wielding the Orvis Helios rods.

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        • Middle Fork of the Gila River II


          from alison phillips / Added

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          • Protectors of the Gila


            from Allyson Siwik / Added

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            A Gila Conservation Coalition production, featuring the leaders of the local conservation movement in Southwest to protect and preserve New Mexico's "last free-flowing river," the Gila. Directed by Claire Catlett, Gila Resources Information Project.

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            • An Experience with the Quivira Coalition


              from Mike Hudak / Added

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              Author Dan Dagget has touted the riparian habitat along the Gila River as it flows across the U Bar Ranch in southwestern New Mexico as possibly the healthiest in North America. The region is home to a flourishing population of Southwestern Willow Flycatchers as well as two species of threatened fish. In June 2001, the Quivira Coalition, an organization that promotes “sustainable ranching” held a weekend workshop in Silver City, NM, that included a tour of this riparian area. In this video, Mike Sauber, Gila Watch co-founder, recounts his experience of attending that workshop and the visit to the U Bar Ranch. He reveals that there’s more to the story of this healthy riparian area than ranching advocates have publicly acknowledged. This video is an excerpt from Mike Sauber’s interview in WESTERN TURF WARS: THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC LANDS RANCHING. See http://westernturfwars.com for information about the book.

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              • Searching for "The Village"


                from Edgar Cardenas / Added

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                • Middle Fork of the Gila River


                  from alison phillips / Added

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                  • Marana to Kearny 12/22/2013


                    from Mike Noel / Added

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                    A Winter morning flight from the the Marana Regional Airport to the Kearny Airport at an altitude of 4500' and a simulated ground speed of approximately 500 miles per hour. Two Contour HD Roam cameras recorded in 1080p at 30 fps, with one aiming 45 degrees to the left of he aircraft heading and the other aming 90 degrees to the left of the first camera. The true flight time was about 30 minutes.

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                    • Stronghold Youth Conference 2010


                      from SNAG videos / Added

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                      Friendship House Association of American Indians, brought together youth and leaders to discuss problems affecting their community and possible solutions March 29-30, 2010.

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