1. Blue River, Indiana

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    • To Build A Better Ditch

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      • 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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        • The Headwaters - Shaped by Demand

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          In July 2010, Expedition Blue Planet explored the headwaters of the Colorado River to investigate how this mighty river is overallocated from the moment its waters touch the ground up in the Rocky Mountains, where the continental divide rises like spine and demarcates the Mississippi watershed that lies to the East from the Colorado watershed that falls to the West. Today we find that this iconic river still means life for the 20 million people that live in its basin, just as it did for the Native Americans, just as it did for the settlers who drove West and claimed it as their own. But the truth is, the minute it touches the ground we've allocated every drop and too often we're not even judicious in how we use it. In this short film, we speak to key voices in the headwaters region and chart the path of the river's flow to investigate water use and management issues in the American West. Here, it's all about what's downstream.

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          • Whale Sharks of Isla Mujeres

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            In three special locations along the Meso-American Reef, whale sharks gather in large numbers during certain times of the year, creating some of the most impressive marine aggregations found anywhere on Earth. What draws them here? Where do they come from and where do they go? And, what is being done to protect them. Our second stop on the journey takes us to Isla Mujeres, Mexico, where over 400 whale sharks were discovered feeding on fish eggs. It was an event never before documented!

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            • Full Moon Whale Sharks - Belize

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              In three special locations along the Meso-American Reef, whale sharks gather in large numbers during certain times of the year, creating some of the most impressive marine aggregations found anywhere on Earth. What draws them here? Where do they come from and where do they go? And, what is being done to protect them. Our first stop on the journey takes us to Gladdens Spit, Belize, where 10’s of thousands of snappers spawning attract dozens of whale sharks. This short promo video is a thank you to Isla Marisol resort for all their support!

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              • Mark Tercek: Early days at TNC

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                Incoming President and CEO Mark Tercek visits the Potomac Gorge with his son, Luke, and talks to staff about his first impressions at the Conservancy.

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                • Protecting Nature. Preserving Life.

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                  A commercial to promote the Nature Conservancy slogan "Protecting Nature. Preserving Life" *Winner of PDN's Great Outdoors Contest.

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                  • Northwest Prairies

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                    An educational documentary about the Puget Sound Prairies. The history, threats, and hopes for these special ecosystems are revealed through interviews with community members. This was a collaborative project involving Katelyn Simon, Michael Lopez, Ariana Blair, Mitch Guss, and myself.

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                    • Into the Unknown - Exploring New Mammoth Caves

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                      Alexandra Cousteau ventures out of sight, deep into the cool world of New Mammoth Cave in Tennessee. Water can spread for miles and miles underground in the network of caves of this karst landscape making water contamination a particularly difficult thing to trace. With the guidance of the Nature Conservancy's cave and karst specialist, Cory Holliday, Alexandra delves into the unseen ecosystem to find out more about importance of the watershed beneath our feet.

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