1. American Rancher Uncut Interview Pt 1, Wayne Hage at Pine Creek 2005

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    (Please feel free to share this video. Just click on the white paper airplane logo in the top right corner above.) This interview was conducted with Wayne Hage at the Pine Creek Ranch in Nevada. (For Part 2 click here https://vimeo.com/9776367 ). One of America's largest ranches, Pine Creek stretches over 1100 square miles (approx. 760,00 acres). From the time Hage and his family bought the ranch in June 1978 until today, they have battled the US Government and various environmental agencies over the grazing and water rights, ultimately prevailing at the US Supreme Court level, but faced with appeals and continuing litigation. It became one of America's landmark property rights cases and is studied in law schools today. Part one of two parts is Hage's fascinating account of the events that transpired on his ranch. Hage passed away shortly after these interviews were conducted and we believe that this was the last time he went on camera. I didn't know until I interviewed Wayne that (according to Wayne) much of the water in the United States is owned by United Water, which is in turn owned by the Suez Company located in France but owned by the United Arab Emirates, whose mission is to be the largest water company in the world. This interview is unedited (except for my questions, which were taken out, leaving only Wayne's voice). Part Two follows: https://vimeo.com/9776367

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    • Arizona Project WET at Orangedale Jr. Prep Academy

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      Working with Arizona Project WET from the University of Arizona and the Nature Conservancy, students learned how our water is delivered and where it comes from. The students became conservationists by checking the water useage at their school.

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      • Around Santa Cruz Island VOD

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        Running time: 68 minutes A film by Marc Hersch. This is THE video cruising guide to southern California's Santa Cruz Island positioned in the middle of the Channel Islands National Park just 25 miles off the Santa Barbara coast. Often referred to as "the Galapagos of North America," Santa Cruz Island is home to twelve species found no where else on earth and more than a thousand species of other plants and animals. Sail along with Captain Marc Hersh and his crew as they cross the Santa Barbara Channel aboard Songline, a beautiful J42 fitted out with all the cruising amenities. Over the next 5 days, circumnavigate the Island, explore some 15 pristine anchorages and take day-hikes ashore. Santa Cruz Island offers its visitors 96 square miles of natural wonder. The largest of the eight Channel Islands, Santa Cruz is administered by the National Park Service and the Nature Conservancy. It's surrounding waters make up a NOAA Marine Sanctuary. FREE EXTRAS include interviews with island officials.

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        • Around Santa Cruz Island - Trailer VOD

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          A film by Marc Hersch. This is THE video cruising guide to southern California's Santa Cruz Island positioned in the middle of the Channel Islands National Park just 25 miles off the Santa Barbara coast. Often referred to as "the Galapagos of North America," Santa Cruz Island is home to twelve species found no where else on earth and more than a thousand species of other plants and animals. Sail along with Captain Marc Hersh and his crew as they cross the Santa Barbara Channel aboard Songline, a beautiful J42 fitted out with all the cruising amenities. Over the next 5 days, circumnavigate the Island, explore some 15 pristine anchorages and take day-hikes ashore. Santa Cruz Island offers its visitors 96 square miles of natural wonder. The largest of the eight Channel Islands, Santa Cruz is administered by the National Park Service and the Nature Conservancy. It's surrounding waters make up a NOAA Marine Sanctuary. FREE EXTRAS include interviews with island officials.

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          • A Season On Silver Creek, Idaho

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            A season on Silver Creek with two short time lapse clips. The images in this slideshow were captured over the course of many trips to Silver Creek for the past 3 years. From brown drakes near the season opener to casting in the snow on the final day of the season in the Nature Conservancy section, this piece offers a glimpse of a season on Silver Creek. www.nickpricephotography.com Music by Walker J. Price

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            • Bats b-roll, night vision

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              This is night vision video of bats flying from a Tennessee cave.

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              • Berry Partners with The Nature Conservancy to Host New York High School Students

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                Students representing three environmental high schools in New York City broaden their ecological horizons through research and study on the world’s largest college campus thanks to a collaborative venture between Berry College and The Nature Conservancy.

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                • Bison roaming free on the Zapata Medano

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                  Bison really do roam free on the Nature Conservancy ranch Zapata-Medano

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                  • Blue River, Indiana

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                    Visit Nature.org/Indiana

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                    • broll cod

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                      B-roll of cod tagging research project includes fishing, both with line and with net, closeup of insertion of tags, fish release, underwater footage of swimming cod and general fishing boat and harbor footage Project Description: Local fishermen have always known that cod return to the waters off the South Shore to breed this time every year – clustering in large numbers, spawning and providing our best hope of a future for healthy cod populations. Now, scientists and fishermen are working together to use an “E-Z Pass for fish” to gather data about the fishes’ behavior, to better protect this iconic species and the communities that depend upon it. Concerned commercial fishermen from the South Shore sought out scientists from The Nature Conservancy, the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game’s Division of Marine Fisheries (MADMF), the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to help them map out exactly when and where spawning occurs, with the goal of protecting local cod during their spawning season. Local fishermen, working with scientists from MADMF and UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST), will hook spawning cod, implant electronic tags and then release the fish back into the sea. The project’s goal is to protect these local fish during spawning, as they are particularly vulnerable during this period.

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