learn how to be a better steward of the earth
documentaries to watch
Check out these films to learn about important issues like climate change, environmental justice, endangered species and ecosystems, and a whole lot more.
blue planet SERIES
my octopus teacher
kiss the ground
before the flood
a life on our planet
books to read
We may not have been able to get around to reading all of these just yet, but trust us, if we haven’t already read it, it’s on our to-read list.
We also highly recommend supporting your local bookstore instead of ordering online.
by Marc Reisner
A story of the American West and its relentless quest for water.
where the water goes
by David Owen
Provides insight on the history of water rights along the Colorado River, and the risks of our current water system.
great tide rising
by Kathleen Dean Moore
A blend of philosophy and nature writing on the health of the planet and a moral responsibility to a sustainable future.
by Michael Grunwald
Dives deep into the destruction of the Everglades and the recent projects aimed at restoring this vital ecosystem.
by Terry Tempest Williams
A true classic. A book on tragedy, death, renewal and life; based near the Great Salt Lake of Utah.
the secret knowledge of water
by Craig Childs
In the desert, signs of water are everywhere. Follow Childs through his explorations in the American West.
the poisoned city
by Anna Clark
The first full account of Flint’s poisoned water through the people who caused it, suffered from it, and exposed it.
by Wallace J. Nichols
The surprising science that shows how being near, in, on, or under water can make us happier and more connected.
the sea around us
by Rachel Carson
A NYT best-seller, this book combines science with poetic prose that captures the mystery and allure of the ocean.
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