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The Streamkeeper Video

The Adopt-A-Stream Foundation,1996. Starring Bill Nye, “The Science Guy". A light hearted companion to the Streamkeeper's Field Guide. 1997 Winner of Environmental Media's "Best Educational Video" award, the Streamkeeper is a great training tool. Designed in three parts to pique watershed interest on the part of students and community groups. In Part I, the Science Guy takes the viewer into a watershed and demonstrates the hydrologic cycle, how to define watershed boundaries and how streams flow. Part 2, he introduces viewers to inventorying and monitoring the physical, biological, chemical, as well as social and political characteristics of streams. In Part III, viewers learn how to take action. 26:58 minutes. In between each section there are humorous black and white commercials from the 1950’s...we usually take a break at that point and then introduce our audiences to technical training introduced in the video.  $14.99



























                        Fresh Waters Flowing


TWO GREAT VIDEOS  THAT ARE NOW  on YouTube FREE!!   A MUST HAVE FOR STREAM ECOLOGISTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATORS .


Fresh Waters Flowing

Cedar Films, 1998. Salmon belong to a web of river and ocean life. When humans enter a watershed and alter the landscape, they alter the biology of that web. Fresh Waters Flowing explores the connection between humans and streams, revealing the links between human influences and the ability of a stream to support healthy biological communities. Featuring Dr. James Karr of the University of Washington and Charley Dewberry of the Pacific River Council, Fresh Waters Flowing demonstrates how measuring biological integrity can be a powerful tool for maintaining and restoring the health of watersheds.


Biological Monitoring Protocol

Cedar Films, 1998. Understanding the health of natural stream communities by means of biological monitoring is the first step in protecting and restoring watersheds and salmon runs. Based on the work of Dr. James Karr of the University of Washington, Biological Monitoring Protocol provides step-by-step instructions for collecting standardized samples of invertebrates, such as insects, in streams. These samples are used to develop and "Index of Biological Integrity" to measure changes in stream health. A perfect complement to Dr. Karr's book, Restoring Life in Running Waters, also available through Adopt-A-Stream.


Fresh Waters Flowing and Biological Monitoring Protocol combined on one DVD available at the NW Stream Center Verizon Natural Resource Library.





 

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Amphibians Eyewitness Video

Imagine leading a double life—on land and in water. Leap into the fascinating world of frogs, toads, and salamanders, and get a close-up look at the amazing variety of colors, shapes, and sizes in the amphibian family. Narrated by Martin Sheen. 35 minutes.

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