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Peter McBride ~ photographing the most endangered river in America

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed    Adventure photographers and filmmakers give us a unique view of the world. And throughout his long career taking pictures and telling stories for major magazines Peter McBride has offered up an exciting perspective, most often from the air. When he was in his 20s […]

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Love in the Tetons

At the heart of every great adventure there is a love story. And for National Geographic Young Explorer Juan Martinez, the long journey from the streets of Los Angeles to the craggy peaks of the Grand Tetons took a romantic turn on the day he met National Park Ranger Vanessa Torres. Both dedicated to introducing […]

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Rios Libres ~ Supporting post-production distribution

It’s probably the least sexy part of making a documentary film series, but it just might be the most important. After you’ve conducted compelling interviews, shot exciting action sequences and spiced it all up with original artwork and animation it’s time to take the show on the road. And if you think it’s expensive to […]

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Anonymous Rangers

“This is our home. It’s where we raised our family. And like other national parks we’ve worked in it’s a place we’ve worked hard to help people understand, enjoy and feel some ownership of. So it’s very hard to make efforts to keep people out when we’ve worked our whole lives to get people in.” […]

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NPS Wilderness

Now that we’re beginning the third week of a federal government shutdown in the United States it’s about time we start to take a look at what’s at stake when funding suddenly stops. One of the most compelling views of our nation stands to loose can be found in a thoughtful series of videos on […]

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The Colorado, America’s most endangered river

Though many destinations around the world aspire to be number one, the Colorado River was named to the top of an inauspicious list. Named in a newly released report from the conservation group American Rivers along with many great tributaries across the nation this mighty waterway is the most endangered river in the United States. […]

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