Whale Rider

On the east coast of New Zealand, the Whangara people believe their presence there dates back a thousand years or more to a single ancestor, Paikea, who escaped death when […]

Water’s Way: Thinking Like a Watershed

Millions of beaver ponds and dams once sponsored a lush mosaic of wetlands throughout the Chesapeake region. These slowed and spread and retained water flowing to the Bay from every […]

The Ocean Solution

Farming under the sea? Meet Bren Smith, the ocean farming pioneer whose vertical kelp and shellfish farms can transform the way food is produced. As a commercial fisherman, Bren’s career […]

Fish & The Flame

When a supposedly extinct fish resurfaces in the path of oncoming wildfire, a Colorado biologist braves the flames on a daring rescue mission.

Our Story: LifeTime Wells

In May of 2019, I opted to skip walking across a stage for graduation, and flew 7000 miles to rural Tanzania with a water well driller from my hometown, Ken […]

Guardians of the River

Indigenous leaders share why removing four dams to restore a healthy Klamath River is critical for clean water, food sovereignty and justice.

A Taste of Crabbing with Julie

Join Julie and Denise as they head out into the bay near Hoonah, Alaska to fish for crab and shrimp; a tradition that Tlingit women have participated in for generations.

When Rivers Return

The positive impact of river restorations in Maine and Massachusetts, narrated by local people.

Planktonium

Takes the viewer into the unseen world of living microscopic plankton. It is a voyage into a secret universe, inhabited by alien-like creatures. These stunningly beautiful, very diverse and numerous […]

Loneliest Whale: The Search for 52

A cinematic quest to find the “52 Hertz Whale,” which scientists believe has spent its entire life in solitude calling out at a frequency that is different from any other […]