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Five Rivers Five Voices

Across a vast landscape, rivers cut to the very heart of life in the American West.Some are wild, some harnessed by man. Some inspire and renew us, others stand as boundaries and battlegrounds.

This tells the story of five great American rivers and the remarkable people who love and protect them. This visually stunning portrait takes you through the white water rapids of the Middle Fork of Idaho's Salmon River; through the heart of the Yellowstone River with its vast wildlife;along the Rio Grande River that is a fluid border between the United States and Mexico; down one of Utah's most beautiful rivers, the San Juan, as it snakes through a red rock paradise; and down the Colorado River, featuring some of the most dramatic white water in North America.

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Return of the Wolves: The Next Chapter-DVD

Many consider the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park as the signature natural history event of the last century. For ranchers and hunters, wildlife advocates and nature enthusiasts, wolves have become the center of a growing controversy. Almost two decades after the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park and parts of Idaho, deliberations have begun to remove them from the endangered species list. Return of the Wolves: The Next Chapter explores both sides of the heated issue and examines the role of wolves in Yellowstone, the West and Southwest.

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Secrets of the Lost Canyon DVD
It was called one of the most significant finds in North America in the past 50 years. Nestled in the heart of Central Utah in Range Creek Canyon were the remains of a lost civilization that once thrived in the American Southwest.

For 500 years, the Fremont Native Americans lived in parts of the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau as hunters, gatherers and farmers. They left detailed art and symbols on the stone faces of canyons they inhabited and stored their grain high on cliff walls in well-built granaries that still survive. Then, 800 years ago, the Fremont seemingly disappeared.

Today, University of Utah archeologists are surveying an entire canyon of some 2,000 untouched Fremont Indian sites, but this KUED documentary captures a range of issues and challenges that threaten efforts to understand the past.

Secrets of the Lost Canyon Website

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The Jackson Hole Story-DVD

In the shadows of the Teton Mountains, a group of Jackson Hole neighbors gathered at a cabin one summer's night in 1923. Together, they shared a vision for the future of their town-a an ambitious balance between conversation and development. That vision set in motion a series of political events wild enough to have come from the pages of an Old West fiction.

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Utah: A Portrait DVD
From the sapphire waters of Bear Lake to the sun-baked Salt Flats, Utah is a place justly celebrated for its geographic splendor and diversity. Soar above Delicate Arch, the Great Salt Lake, the rugged peaks of the Uintas, and more in John Howe's stunning aerial portrait evoking the breadth and majesty of Utah's landscape. Utah A Portrait combines sweeping aerial photography with words and music to create a colorful collage of this unique land.
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Wild River - The Colorado - DVD

Follow the Colorado River from its headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park, through Utah's Westwater Canyon, the National Parks of Canyonlands, Arches, Capitol Reef, and Zion, the fragile beauty and rapids of Grand Canyon, and into Mexico. Set to classical music by some of the world's greatest composers and narrated by Joseph Campanella, this visual journey will leave you breathless.

Running time 56 minutes.

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Yellowstone Serenade DVD

Witness the ethereal wonders of Mammoth Hot Springs, the grandeur of Tower Falls and the spectacular wildlife of Elk Park and Gibbon Meadows, as 'Yellowstone Serenade' takes viewers on an unforgettable journey through America’s first national park. Set to classical music, the hour-long video collage offers audiences a tourist-free look at elk, moose, wolves, bison, and other natural wonders of Yellowstone National Park.

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