1. A Boom With No Boundaries


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    I co-produced, shot and edited this mini-documentary for the Center for American Progress looking at how rampant oil development is hurting one of America's iconic national parks.

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    • The Reintroduction of the Gila Trout


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      The Gila trout, native to southern Arizona and southern New Mexico, has greatly declined in population from a variety of environmental threats, including livestock grazing. New Mexico resident and…

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      • Livestock Grazing in the Black Hills of South Dakota


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        Charmaine White Face (Zumila Wobaga), a member of the Oglala band of the Tetons of the Great Sioux Nation (Tetuwan Oceti Sakowin), has had a multi-faceted career as college science instructor, political…

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        • The New Normal (Mordor Dub)


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          A creative edit by Bill Huston produced from video shot around Susquehanna County PA, 11-5-2012. Music by Jah Wobble/Bill Laswell and Donnacha Costello (used as Fair Use). Features Craig Stevens,…

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          • The Monetary and Political Value of Federal Grazing Permits


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            Initially a middle-school biology teacher, Steve Johnson went on to serve from 1972 until 1989 as the southwestern field representative for Defenders of Wildlife. In this 2003 interview, Johnson recalls…

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            • Impacts of Cattle Grazing on Recently Burned Western Landscapes


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              Having grown up on a ranch, Jim Prunty found it natural to pursue a career in livestock-related jobs. Then, in a major career change past the age of forty, he joined the US Forest Service as a fire…

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              • Recovery of the Bruneau River after Removal of Cattle


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                Retired USFS fisheries biology Bob Phillips talks about the recovery of Nevada's Bruneau River that resulted from removal of cattle in the early 1990s. This video is an excerpt from Phillips's 2003…

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                • Hug a Hunter - 2012 Wildlife Council Commercial


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                  These advertisements are part of The Wildlife Council's media-based campaign designed to educate the general public about the benefits of wildlife, wildlife management, and wildlife-related recreational…

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                  • Impacts of Cattle Grazing on Soil of the American West


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                    Being raised on a Vermont farm fostered a desire in David Gilman to pursue a career that would allow him to help farmers. At Utah State University he earned a bachelor of science degree with coursework…

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                    • Visit Your Pacific Northwest National Forest Lands


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                      The Pacific Northwest Region 6 of the US Forest Service contains 17 National Forests, a National Scenic Area, a National Grassland, and two National Volcanic Monuments, all within the states of Oregon…

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