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Science & Discovery

Website: http://www.tmwmedia.com

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Episodes:

  • Avian Stewards - A Habitat for Bird Species & Growing Ecosystem

    The team explores how avian stewardship is helping provide habitat for a variety of bird species and how everyday people can become part of this growing ecosystem movement.

    Length: 00:24:33
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Careers In Agriculture & Soy Production

    This program examines some of the careers that surround soy production. Whether its being a veterinarian for large animals, flying drones, brokering commodities or selling and repairing farm equipment, various skill sets complement the life of a soybean farmer.

    Length: 00:24:33
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Dam Removal & River Restoration

    Today, thousands of communities across the country face the challenges of removing outdated dams that threaten to fail. So they wrestle with the questions of how to remove these old dams and how can dammed rivers be restored? This show reveals how one community struggled to discover the real worth of their river, then worked through the social, emotional and scientific aspects of removing their dam. Watch this program and you'll also see how they used similar emotion in science to help in restoring an ecosystem that had been impounded for over 100 years.

    Length: 00:23:30
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Einstein's Law of Thermodynamics Relating to Savvy Sustainability

    Join the explorers as they dive into the physics and science of unraveling Einstein's law of thermodynamics relating to Savvy Sustainability.

    Length: 00:24:19
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Exploring Dairy Science & the Technology of Today's Dairy Farming Industry

    Join our adventure team as they explorethe science and technology of today's dairy farming. Spanning the history of old-timemilking to the hi-tech present, the hosts discover how the dairy industry has changed dramatically in the past 100 years from raising cows to milking them. So comeon, it's time to milk the science out of this topic and head Into the Outdoors.

    Length: 00:24:12
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Ice Age Mysteries from Prehistoric to Present

    Lace up your hiking boots as our adventure team explores the mysteries both big and small along Wisconsin’s scenic Ice Age Trail. From east to west, they hike with experts on different sections of this 1000-mile trail to discover glacial mysteries such as drumlins, moraines, eskers, kames, potholes and kettles. They also find some surprises along the way that hiss and croak, while uncovering some truly weird science about what glaciers did to the land some 13,000 years ago. And of course they also reveal interesting history from prehistoric to present and how it impacts everyone who lives in the badger state and treks.

    Length: 00:24:19
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Plant Diversities - How they Create Life from the Raw Elements in the Environment

    The science sleuths investigate how plants can create life from the raw elements in the environment, with some even making their own fertilizer from air. They also explore the different ways plants are grown and pollinate, and the vast variety of uses and products for almost every aspect of modern life. This episode is sure to "grow" on your perception of how plants impact our everyday lives.

    Length: 00:24:21
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Protecting Forests & Enhancing Lives

    What is the difference of a protected vs. a preserved forest and how are our lives enriched from proper forest management? These answers and more fill up this half-hour as we follow the practices of a naturalist and sustainable harvesting technicians.

    Length: 00:24:33
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Sensible Sustainable Solutions In Homes & Communities

    More than ever, people are searching for ways to become more sustainable in their homes, communities and as citizens of Planet Earth. In Sensible Sustainable Solutions, our "green team" travel around the countryside exploring sustainable options and solutions to healthier lives, lands and waters. Using a combination of their drone's eyes in the sky, on the ground experts and digging into the earth itself, they reveal how everyone can make the Planet more sustainable. From the green waters of Green Bay's hypoxic zone to the lush landscapes of Green Bay Botanical Garden, you'll discover simple and sensible ways to create healthier ecosystems wherever you live. Who knows, maybe you'll even grow a green thumb by "going green."

    Length: 00:23:53
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Soybeans - Environmentally, Economically & Socially Sustainable

    Follow our hosts and Coolbean, the coolest soybean around, as they discover the ways that the soybean industry is environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable. What does the future hold for soybeans? Watch to find out!

    Length: 00:24:18
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • The Amazing Eco-Trek Race

    Better grab your energy bars, extra water, sunblock and adventure gear if you hope to keep up with our young scientists as they embark on one of the biggest adventures of their lives in The Amazing Eco-Trek Race. Josh, Caroline, Emma, and Jacob begin a gauntlet of physical and mental tests where they are scored on how they face challenges in four environments across Wisconsin. From paddling, to caving, to archery and biking, they discover new things about their physical limitations while learning many of nature’s secrets in some wild places. Their amazing race offers some unexpected twists and turns as fear, doubt, and fatigue creep into the competition. See who makes it to the finish line and what they learned along their remarkable journey.

    Length: 00:24:18
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • The Chemistry of Life & How It Affects Everything

    This program unravels some of the foundational chemistry that affects everything on planet earth. It begins with the primary conversion of simple chemicals into complex compounds that form the building blocks of all life. Using the further conversions that occur in a dairy cow, the team decodes how plant material is converted to a variety of dairy-related foods that impact our lives. They also explore both the history and hands-on science that viewers can take into their kitchens to learn more for themselves with simple experiments about the chemistry of life.

    Length: 00:24:17
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • The History & Mystery of the Soybean

    So what’s the big news with such a little bean? That’s exactly what the team explores as they unravel the history and mystery of this little legume. In revealing the historic roots of the soybean, the kids uncover the secret within the plant’s roots of converting atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogen in the soil –which naturally fertilizes the plants. They also explore how this nitrogen link benefits allkinds of creatures in our food chain – including humans. But perhaps one of the more interesting aspects of this little bean is how it’s used in all kinds of industries fromfood production to making bio-fuels and plastics.

    Length: 00:24:09
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • The Science & Farming Practices of the Beef Indust

    Join our adventure team as they dive into the science and real life farming practices of Wisconsin’s beef industry. From nutrition to cooking, they explore fun and useful information that will help make you beef savvy in the store, on the grill, or at the farm. So come on, it’s time to beef up your knowledge and head.

    Length: 00:24:15
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • The Science of Modern Biofuels

    Did you ever consider the fact that the fuel in your car’s gas tank is mostly ancient sequestered carbon about 400 million years old? But part of that mixture is also modern recycled carbon made from today’ s renewable fuels like ethanol and biodiesel. In this program you’ ll discover how science and technology can convert corn, corn oil, beef fat and even used French-fry grease into modern biofuels. Learn how engineers convert the stored energy in a kernel of corn into high-octane fuel that makes your engine run smoother while reducing the percentage of greenhouse gas from your exhaust.

    Length: 00:24:38
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • The Science of Understanding Wetlands Workings & Ecosystems

    Join our adventure team as they wade into the murky science of understanding our wetlands workings and ecosystems. They paddle, splash and probe their way across various wetlands to discover the water cycles, ecology and human influences that impact Wisconsin wetlands. So come on, it’s time to roll up your pant legs and leap-frog into your knowledge of these wet and wild places as we head into the Outdoors.

    Length: 00:24:22
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Understanding Forest Management & Related Ecosystems

    Hang on as our adventure team zip lines their way through the trees and science of understanding forest management and related ecosystems. They explore from high canopies all the way to the leaf litter to uncover the lifecycle or Wisconsin's recyclable forests. Along the way, they team up with experts who manage, harvest and produce the various forest products that we use every day.

    Length: 00:24:19
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026
  • Waste Resource Management - Becoming Stewards of Sustainability

    This program explores waste resource management and how youth can become stewards of sustainability. It looks at all that goes into a landfill, how recycling happens, what to do about new emerging hazardous waste products and the future of the industry through the eyes of young leaders.

    Length: 00:24:36
    Usage rights: 7/1/2021 to 6/30/2026

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