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THE GOOD FIGHT: The Martin Litton Story


The Good Fight chronicles the extraordinary efforts of one of the leading conservationists of modern times, who continues to be active today into his 90’s. Martin Litton, known as the “Grand Old Man of the Canyon,” is revered as the man who prevented dams from being built on the Colorado River that would have flooded the Grand Canyon. Now at 93, his latest passion is saving the last of the giant sequoias.

THE LOST COAST OF GABON: Sea Kayaking West Africa


Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and stretching 40 miles into the jungled interior, we kayaked and portaged more than 200 miles around the park’s perimeter, seeing this wild country from a new and different perspective. Along the way we encountered river-swimming elephants, manatees, tarpon, surfing hippos, gorillas and more. By trip’s end it was hard to decide which were the most beautiful, and the most difficult, parts of the expedition, but it was eye opening, for us all.

Tales of the San Joaquin: A River Restored (2011)


The San Joaquin River has been called the hardest working river in America, and at the same time, the most abused. Once the birthplace of hundreds of thousands of salmon, the river had completely dry not just once, but in two separate sections of the original river channel. After a successful twenty-year lawsuit against the federal government by a coalition of fifteen environmental and fishing organizations, the San Joaquin River has been restored.



In 1890 the Hetch Hetchy Valley was preserved as the most beautiful natural feature in the northern half of Yosemite National Park. Like its renowned twin, Yosemite Valley, Hetch Hetchy was carved by glaciers and is ringed by sheer granite cliffs and waterfalls. Tragically, this national treasure was dammed and flooded under 300 feet (100 meters) of water for use as a reservoir in 1923. Hosted and narrated by Harrison Ford.

The LAST STAND: Heroes at Ballona Wetlands


In 2013, the Ballona Wetlands is under threat of development again. This  is a short film dealing with the high profile preservation and development controversy in Southern California. This spirited film includes highlights from earlier versions as well as well as dramatic new footage covering the excavation of native American remains and artifacts at the development site.