What do these have in common: Monitoring creosote at the bottom of Eagle Harbor in Puget Sound, surveying an Oregon Coast dredged material disposal site, characterizing a seafood outfall from a salmon processor in Ketchikan, Alaska?
John Gussman has blazed a new trail by applying his journalistic skill to creating a web site that something of a living documentary — it allows you to watch the process of the dam removal and the evolution of the film as well.
Narrated entirely by local high school students, the Watershed Report is an award winning series of short video reports on positive sustainability trends in the 13 school districts and 27 cities of the greater Lake Washington Watershed.
SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest — a TV series that takes you for a journey to meet our neighbors under the surface of Pacific Northwest waters.
How often does restoration steal the spotlight from problems and disasters? Filmmaker Shelly Solomon is getting out the word about positive things happening in our environment.
EPA divers inspect “cap” put over creosote contaminated sediment on the bottom of Eagle Harbor.
Thousands of northern elephant seals — some weighing up to 4,500 pounds — make an annual migration to breed each winter at Año Nuevo State Reserve, on the San Mateo County coast. Marine biologists are using high-tech tools to explore the secrets of these amazing creatures.
“I learned early on that if you tell people what you see at low tide they’ll think you’re exaggerating or lying when you’re actually just explaining strange and wonderful things…” (The Highest Tide, Lynch)
A beautifully illustrated overview of the rich storehouses of biodiversity underpin our quality of life, our economies and much of our cultural identity. The photographs in this book are inspiring!
This musical in a book is a refreshingly new treatment of diverse mindsets coming to terms with their relationships with the environment.