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"" In Science: Vegetarian Diet. (DVD) African American women sample great natural foods at a Vegetarian Food Fair. Many women are eating healthier foods, and people at this event find out how to prepare delicious vegetarian meals. 70 min. More...

"" In the Environment: Organisms & Ecosystems (Squibs Disc 4). (DVD) Squibs sets learning in motion for 4th-6th graders, with short animated videos answering questions about organisms and ecosystems. The video engages young learners with songs, humor, and animated characters, appealing to different learning styles while teaching important concepts. 45 min. More...

"" An Inconvenient Truth. (DVD) Makes the case that global warming is real, man-made, and its effects will be cataclysmic if we don’t act now. Gore presents a wide array of facts and information in a thoughtful and compelling way. 96 min. More...

"" Indian Vegetarian Cooking Sampler. (DVD) Indian vegetarian recipes from an an Indian Brahmin Chef. 76 min. More...

"" Jerry Baker: Year Round Tree, Shrub, & Evergreen Care. (DVD) Jerry Baker's gardening tips, tricks, and tonics for year round tree, shrub and evergreen care. Includes printable tonic recipes (PC or MAC). 42 min. More...

"" A Killer in Town: Asbestos (Nightline). (DVD) For decades Libby, Montana was contaminated with tremolite asbestos, a particularly lethal and poisonous mineral, a byproduct of the town's major industry, vermiculite mining. Thousands of people worked at the Zonolite mine north of town, breathing the dust that would eventually kill many -- one slow, laborious breath at a time. 45 min. More...

"" Killer Instincts: Sharks & Killer Whales. (DVD) Rob Bredl takes viewers "nose to jaws" with these feared predators of the sea. Many of the 360 species of sharks that inhabit the world’s oceans are introduced, including the most feared and misunderstood shark of all, the Great White. 45 min. More...

"" King Corn. (DVD) Two college friends attempt to raise their own corn crop while exploring the environmental and human health issues that surround this grain. They meet with agronomists, historians, and other experts before plowing, seeding, and spraying. Prior to harvesting, they travel to Colorado to compare the grass-fed cattle of yore with today's corn-fed counterparts. They also explore the links between corn syrup, obesity, and diabetes. 90 min. More...

"" Lethal And Leaking (60 Minutes). (DVD) As a plume of dangerous nuclear waste moves closer to the Columbia River, the lifeblood of the Pacific Northwest, authorities lose patience with the government's 16-year attempt to clean the site up and to get the Hanford waste treatment plant up and running. 14 min. More...

"" Libby, Montana. (DVD) Nestled beneath the rugged peaks of the Northen Rockies in Montana lies the worst case of community-wide exposure to a toxic substance in US history. Many hundreds of people in the small mining town of Libby are sick or have already died from asbestos exposure. 124 min. More...

"" Life After People (History Channel). (DVD) Imagine the state of planet earth years after humans disappear. Stunning visual effects show how the environment will change as dams overflow, buildings crumble, and fires engulf once-mighty cities. Domestic animal life will die out and new species will claim their territory. Books and photographs will be reduced to faded scraps while other signs of our existence may remain for eternity standing as the tombstones of human civilization. Interviews are also conducted with experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology. 94 min. More...

"" Life in the Undergrowth. (DVD) BBC series hosted by veteran nature expert David Attenborough and utilizing the latest advances in macrophotography. This five-part series is dedicated to bugs of all shapes and sizes, from microscopic gnats to cave-dwelling millipedes so large they can capture bats in mid-flight. 52 min. More...

"" Logging By Rail In Algonquin Park. (DVD) This film tells the story of the cutting and hauling of trees by the men, horses, and the Fossmill railroad, as well as the mill operation from the hot pond to the shipping of the lumber. Included are scenes of working Shay logging locomotives, Barnhart log loaders, and the interior of the mill. 60 min. More...

"" Low-Impact Forestry Workshop. (DVD) A practical hands-on guide for how to sustainably manage a small woodlot. Topics include laying out logging trails, building a log brow, logging with horses, cattle, and appropriate machinery, features of a logging arch and a woods scoot, and harnessing the logging horse. 96 min. More...

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