Water’s Journey is a four-hour eco-adventure series that reveals the nature, and mechanics of our most important water resources: groundwater, rivers, lakes, springs, wetlands, estuaries, and ocean environments. The entire series follows a team of scientists and adventurers as they explore their way through entire water systems and investigate mankind’s relationship with these systems, often courting danger along the way
#101: Water’s Journey – Hidden Rivers of Florida
The World’s aquifers are relied upon as our primary source of drinking water, but surprisingly little is known about their deep secrets. In this thrilling episode of Water’s Journey, a team of inner earth explorers are tracked on the surface by transmitted signal as they pass beneath virtually every aspect of society. This important film shows how easily contaminants can make their way into our drinking water and what is being done to protect it.
#102: Water’s Journey – The River Returns
Great rivers throughout the world share many things in common. Join a team of adventure explorers and scientist on a high flying, deep diving, river cruising expedition to explore the anatomy of a river system from its mouth to the ultimate source. Along the way the team makes surprising and powerful discoveries about the nature of rivers, and offers refreshing examples of things being done to protect these important water resources.
#103: Water’s Journey – Everglades, Currents of Change
Over 2 million acres remain of what was once the largest single wetland on earth — the Everglades. Despite all that has been done to drain and contain this system, it remains one of the great water wonders of earth. Join the Water’s Journey team as they hike, swim, paddle, and dive through the heart of the Everglades to reveal its true nature, importance to the planet, and role mankind is playing to save what remains.
#104: Water’s Journey – Everglades, Restoring Hope
In and effort to protect the Everglades, one of the greatest wetlands on the planet, a massive restoration plan has been initiated. If successful, the needs of the environment and the needs of millions of people will be met. If it fails – the survival of South Florida hangs in the balance. Join a team of scientists and explorers as they learn about what’s happened to this once great place and what’s being done to restore and protect it.
- Finalist, 2006 Japanese Wildlife Film Festival
- Winner, 2004 HDFEST “Deffie” for Best Documentary Film
- Winner, 2006 HDFEST “Deffie” Best Cinematography6
- Jackson Hole International Wildlife Film Festival 2003 Finalist
- Gold Aurora Award 2003
- Crystal Reel Awards 2003 Best Educational Film
- Cine Golden Eagle 2003
LENGTH: 4 x 56 Minutes
INTERNATIONAL TRACK: Yes
CLOSED CAPTIONS: No
ASPECT RATIO: 16:9
PRODUCTION YEAR: 2003-2006
RELEASE YEAR: 2008
SUPPLIER: Karst Productions, Inc.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
NOTES: One-hour episodes available individually