Before the Lake was Champlain

Before the Lake was Champlain

A surprising discovery along a high beach terrace of the ancient Champlain Sea has introduced an unknown chapter in the history of Ice Age America. Running time - approximately 56 minutes

Before the Lake was Champlain - Library purchase

Before the Lake was Champlain - Library purchase

A surprising discovery along a high beach terrace of the ancient Champlain Sea has introduced an unknown chapter in the history of Ice Age America. Running time - approximately 56 minutes. Includes public library license.

Medicinal Wetlands

Medicinal Wetlands

The Lebanon Valley has been a source of healing waters and rare medicinal plants since the end of the last Ice Age. The Native, spiritual and secular communities that developed around the wetlands have all shaped the history of American medicine.

Stone Ruins of New Lebanon, New York

Stone Ruins of New Lebanon, New York

A number of researchers explore an enigmatic site that may represent some of the earliest cultural use of the rich environmental resources that are found in the Medicinal Wetlands and surrounding landscapes of the Lebanon Valley.

The Devil's Footstep

This segment of the Hidden Landscape series chronicles the discovery that early, indigenous peoples had a profound understanding of their natural environment going back to the Ice Age over 10,000 years ago.

The New Antiquarian - Library purchase

The New Antiquarian - Library purchase

"The New Antiquarian" describes the partnership that is forming between professional scientists, Native representatives and avocational researchers around the identification and preservation of the stone monuments in Eastern North America. 55 minutes. Includes public library license.

The New Antiquarian

The New Antiquarian

"The New Antiquarian" tells the story of a partnership that is forming between professional scientists, Native representatives and avocational researchers around the identification and preservation of the stone monuments in Eastern North America.

The Great Falls

The Great Falls

For the first time, the National Register of Historic Places is using a video production - "The Great Falls" - as documentary evidence when considering a site to be recognized as eligible for inclusion on their list.