Seabird’s Story, A

Seabirds on the Hawaiian Islands face many threats to survival. Scientists rescue an orphaned seabird chick and fly him to safety. With support from wildlife rehabilitators, the scrappy chick gets […]

Mapping Migration

Where do Golden-winged and Cerulean Warblers go when they migrate? A collaboration between multiple universities is seeking to answer this question. Using light level geolocators, researchers are mapping the migration […]

Surviving the Wild

The domestic cat is often a beloved pet, but it’s also a major threat to birds and other wildlife. Every year in the United States, cats kill well over 1 […]

Culture of Collards, The

Collard greens are more than a simple side dish. Brought to the American South with the slave trade, they hold a vital place in African-American cultural history. Now, a new […]

50 Years of Farming

Organic farmers in Tysons Corner, Va. reflect on a half-century of sustainable and community-focused agriculture. Directed by Aditi Desai. Executive produced by AU’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking and the Prince […]

Farming For the Future

Cliff Miller of Mount Vernon Farm in the Virginia Piedmont is trying innovative management techniques to sustain his farm for future generations. Cliff’s story is that of many farmers seeking […]