1. Bay 101: Fish Kills

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    from Chesapeake Bay Program / Added

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    Decomposing algae blooms can suck oxygen out of the water, suffocating marine life and causing fish kills. In this follow-up to Bay 101: Algae Blooms, Charlie Poukish from the Maryland Department of the Environment documents a fish kill and explains how actions on land can affect life in the water. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net. Produced by Steve Droter Music: "A Moment of Jazz" by Ancelin

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    • Sandy Bihn | Western Lake Erie Waterkeeper Association (GH13)

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      from Joshua B. Pribanic / Added

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      Co-published by The Erie Wire. This is the first video we shot with Tester 13's hack. No problems were encountered and the footage is extraordinarily better than expected... still trying to find the best export settings from FCP using the AVCHD format. In the video: Last week, Sandy Bihn, a founder of the Western Lake Erie Waterkeeper Association, sat down with The Erie Wire to discuss the goals of her organization as well as some of the most pressing issues facing Lake Erie today. Listen to this week’s podcast and watch as she goes into detail about what the future holds for our Great Lake if appropriate action is not taken to protect this valuable resource. GH13 | Rode | Tascam | TPS | FCP | CC3way http://eriewire.org/

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      • Andrew Wyeth Remembered by William E. Marks

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        from William Waterway Marks / Added

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        In an exclusive interview on MVTV, William E. Marks shares his experience of spending time with Andrew Wyeth at Wyeth's farm in Cushing, Maine. At the time of encounter, William was just finishing his 7,000 mile horseback odyssey across American entitled, "Ride For Nature," that began in San Diego, California. The interview includes some never before published photos that William took of Andrew Wyeth doing a painting on the hood of his vehicle, and a photo of William standing next to Wyeth while Wyeth was painting.

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        • Fish Tales Trailer

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          from Conor Leggott / Added

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          Fish Tales is a made-in-PEI film about our Island river heritage, the state of our rivers, and what Islanders see looking forward. The film will premiere at MacPhail Woods on Wednesday, August 20th at 6:30pm. The full documentary will be available for free on vimeo. Produced by Adnan Saciragic Ashley Prince Conor Leggott Hanna Hameline With support from Islanders. Funding and in-kind support provided by ECO-PEI, The Island Media Arts Co-op, and the Holland College Photography and Digital Imaging Program.

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          • Fish Tales 720p

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            from Conor Leggott / Added

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            This version is a smaller download size. ***UPDATE*** We're very excited to announce that Fish Tales has been selected to be screened at the 2014 Island Media Arts Festival, "the little festival of big dreams" in Charlottetown! Stay tuned for more info on screening time. For now, check out http://imaf.ca/ for more details. Thanks to everyone for your support! Fish Tales is a short documentary film shot on PEI in the summer of 2013. The film explores how rivers and waterways on Prince Edward Island influence Islanders’ views on social and environmental issues. We look at current realities and challenges in our rivers, including the human impact of catastrophic events like fish kills. Through interviews and storytelling with experts from all sides of the spectrum, Fish Tales captures how Islanders interact with these areas, and their perspectives on the future of our watershed heritage. We want to highlight that many Islanders, from all walks of life, are interdependent with, and have a responsibility towards, the health of PEI's historic waterways. Fish Tales was produced by a volunteer crew of Adnan Saciragic, Ashley Prince, Conor Leggott, and Hanna Hameline. The film was made possible by funding from the Environmental Coalition of PEI, and in-kind support from the Island Media Arts Co-op and the Holland College Photography and Digital Imaging Program.

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            • Fish Tales 1080p

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              from Conor Leggott / Added

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              This version is a bigger download size, but may look better when played on a big screen. ***UPDATE*** We're very excited to announce that Fish Tales has been selected to be screened at the 2014 Island Media Arts Festival, "the little festival of big dreams" in Charlottetown! Stay tuned for more info on screening time. For now, check out http://imaf.ca/ for more details. Thanks to everyone for your support! Fish Tales is a short documentary film shot on PEI in the summer of 2013. The film explores how rivers and waterways on Prince Edward Island influence Islanders’ views on social and environmental issues. We look at current realities and challenges in our rivers, including the human impact of catastrophic events like fish kills. Through interviews and storytelling with experts from all sides of the spectrum, Fish Tales captures how Islanders interact with these areas, and their perspectives on the future of our watershed heritage. We want to highlight that many Islanders, from all walks of life, are interdependent with, and have a responsibility towards, the health of PEI's historic waterways. Fish Tales was produced by a volunteer crew of Adnan Saciragic, Ashley Prince, Conor Leggott, and Hanna Hameline. The film was made possible by funding from the Environmental Coalition of PEI, and in-kind support from the Island Media Arts Co-op and the Holland College Photography and Digital Imaging Program.

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              • Cause for Concern

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                from Matthew Apthorp / Added

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                If you've made it down the beach lately you've noticed not only the dead sea life but also the fact that you can barely breathe. The short term affects of red tide are widely known around here but as part of our good question series, we wondered how harmful it is over the long run.

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