Season Three

Episode #301

Critical aquifer underneath the Great Plains, Trout in the classroom, Yellowstone grizzlies achieve dramatic recovery

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Episode #302

Artificial cave fights deadly bat disease, Rocky Mountain fracking riles Colorado residents, Colorado farmers and ranchers win fight against drilling, Backpacking with llamas in Oregon

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Episode #303

National monument would be first for West Virginia, Private landowners protect prairie chickens and bog turtles, Developing "bioswale" techniques to filter water runoff

National monument would be first for West Virginia: Supporters say the monument would be a job-creating natural asset, protecting the headwaters of six regional waterways -- including thousands of acres of wild terrain with some of the best hunting and trout fishing in Appalachia.

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Episode #304

Navajos in Utah want protection for lost ancestral lands, A new way to save sport fishermen's bycatch, More wilderness protection proposed for remote mountains in New Mexico

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Episode #305

Grass for gas: new frontiers in growing biofuels, Backyard wilderness in Los Angeles, Restoring native plants in Utah

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Episode #306

Saving precious Sierra water, New appreciation for central Nevada wilderness, Uniting to protect a rich watershed in Colorado

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