• Hananpacha

    Hananpacha

    In the native Quechua language of the Andes, Hananpacha means “the world above.” This breathtaking visual portrait of the region around Puno, Perú captures a landscape more than two miles above sea level on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable body of water in the world. Known as the “capital of Peruvian folklore,”

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  • Greensburg

    Greensburg

    Greensburg, Kansas captured the hearts of people around the world after a deadly tornado, one of the strongest in American history, devastated the city on May 4, 2007. Inspired by the desire of townspeople to rebuild “green,” Discovery Channel’s Planet Green is chronicling the rebirth of Greensburg as an environmentally conscious town. The series encompasses

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  • Take a Bike

    Take a Bike

    Picturesque villages, farms, rivers, and streams, parks and forests, cover almost 90 percent of Connecticut. See it all from your bike. Some of the best places to start are the Litchfield Hills, Essex, Mystic or plan a wonderful trip with Brooks Country Cycling. Tour with experienced guides in Litchfield & Fairfield Counties. Contact Bicycle Tour Co. in Kent (888)

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  • Light the Way

    Light the Way

    Start in Norwalk and board the ferry for a tour of the Sheffield Island Lighthouse. Enjoy a picnic lunch from Jimmy’s of Savin Rock (order in advance) at Lighthouse Point in New Haven and savor the history of maritime Connecticut with a visit to Black Rock Fort and Fort Nathan Hale. Following U.S. 1 north to Branford, and head down to

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  • Covered Ground

    Put on your jeans and sneakers and head for farm country. At Bloomfield’s 4-H Farm Resource Center, I-91 Exit 35 or I-84 Exit 41, you’ll find everything from barnyard animals to modern biotechnology on a 120 acre working farm. Fly over to Sky Endeavors for a hot air balloon ride over the beautiful Farmington River Valley. When you

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  • Green House

    Green House

    World Premiere This illuminating documentary chronicles the building of the first carbon-neutral house and the designing of the first green show house in the Washington, D.C. area. The building of the house in McLean, Virginia was captured from start to finish, from the monumental ground breaking to the exquisitely furnished show home decorated by eco-conscious

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