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This hour-long documentary explores the diverse ecosystem of the Gulf and examines what the future holds for it.
Run time approx. 58 min. © 2010 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
To view "The State of the Gulf - America's Sea" online and for resource links visit www.texasthestateofwater.org
This hour-long documentary, examines the threats facing Texas' water and what can be done to protect our most precious natural resource.
Run time approx. 58 min. © 2008 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
To view Texas the State of Flowing Water online and for resource links visit www.texasthestateofwater.org
This hour-long documentary, narrated by Walter Cronkite, examines the alarming decline of Texas' natural springs and address the current issues that directly impact spring flow and what can be done to save these vital resources.
Run time 58 min. © 2007 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
"Texas the State of Water - Finding a Balance" is an in-depth, hour-long documentary presented and produced by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The program explores how the demand for water will grow dramatically in years to come, and weighs the impact that growth will have on the state. The documentary dramatically shows how the steps we take - or do not take - will impact Texas and its people, wildlife and economic vitality for future generations.
Run time 56.46 min. © 2005 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
An Hour Documentary Produced by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - In Association With KERA-TV, Dallas
"Texas the State of Water" is an hour-long program that examines in-depth the present state of water resources in our fast growing state. By looking at local issues all around the state; from the parched desert in West Texas to the water rich swamps of East Texas, this program hopes to raise awareness of the variety of complex demands being made on the aquifers, rivers and bays of Texas. This program will also show how these seemingly separate elements actually all work together as one large, interconnected ecosystem, and how each plays a vital role in the overall ecological health of our state and the state's economy.
Run time 58 min. © Copyright 2003, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
The Take Me Fishing DVD is a series of 11 short how-to videos that walk novice anglers through everything they need to know to get started fishing. From basic gear assembly to how to clean your catch, the DVD offers simple, practical advice to make sure beginning anglers have a safe, enjoyable and productive fishing trip. The videos also offer tips geared to help parents enjoy fishing trips with kids, getting them started on a lifetime of outdoor fun.
To view online go to TPWD's Take Me Fishing Web site.
Run time 32:10 min. © Copyright 2009, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.