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River Ways [electronic resource]: A Dispute Over Fish in Idaho

What do you do when the fish disappear? That's the question haunting Idaho. It's become the center of a bitter debate. The solution - removing four dams on the Snake River - is as controversial as the problem. It could be the only way to save the fish, but it also has dire consequences for the 50,000 people who depend on the dams for their livelihood. On one side are the commercial fishermen who want the dams removed. On the other side the farmers say removing the dams will be the end of them. As this documentary points out, the solution will be a disaster for one side or the other.
Online
2011
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Bachelor Farmer

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Bachelor Farmer is an intimate look at how a few gay men negotiate the challenges of small-town living in rural Kendrick, Idaho, population 369. In a place so small, no one can be a stranger. Being openly gay there isn t easy, but part of day-to-day small town living is dealing with difficult but necessary relationships. The gay men and the one gay woman profiled talk about the delicate balance between being "out" but not so far out as to antagonize their neighbors. They participate in the usual small town rituals of barbeques, Fourth of July parades, church on Sunday, and above all tending to the land. It is the love of the land they farm that has drawn them to this town--some have roots that go back generations, while others have settled to be with their friends. The cinematography [...]
Online
2007
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Heavy Metal [electronic resource]: An American Pollution Story

Heavy Metal explores the haunting controversy behind a century of silver-lead-zinc mining in Idaho's panhandle and reveals the dangerous health impacts it left behind for its inhabitants. The Silver Valley region is slated to become the largest Superfund in the nation.
Online
2005
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You Are My Sunshine [electronic resource]

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2002
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The Minidoka Project

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Workmen construct a canal with power shovels and ditchers to carry water from American Falls reservoir to fields. Shows potatoes, wheat, barley, alfalfa, and raspberries growing in irrigated fields and views of harvesting operations.
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1936