Store image
Photo of diver underwater
Water's Journey - Everglades: Restoring Hope
(Episode One)
The Florida Everglades is a land of beauty and diversity. Over the past century, everything that has been done to the Everglades was done in the name of progress. However, endless draining and development of what was once part of a vast floodplain has pushed the Everglades to the brink of collapse.

In and effort to protect 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 plunge into the heart of the Everglades to learn about what's happened to this once great place and what's being done to restore and protect it.
Episode One Special Edition DVD:   $29.95 ea.    Link to Karst Store
Both Episode One and Two Special Edition DVD:  $39.95    Link to Karst Store
(Includes the internationally-acclaimed adventure documentary, short film features, teacher resources, expedition highlights and Water's Journey: Everglades web site)

Photo of inland waterway
Water's Journey - Everglades: Currents of Change
(Episode Two)
22 million people call it home. Millions more travel to Florida for recreation, beaches and theme parks. Few know Florida is home to one of the greatest ecosystems on earth - The Florida Everglades. But this masterpiece has reached its limit to absorb mankind's ever-growing impacts. Although people may not always agree about how to restore balance to the Everglades, one thing is clear. Humanity needs wetlands. They are the foundation of a fragile ecosystem that extends from inland waterways to the ocean wilderness.

Can we achieve the delicate balance that protects humanity and the environment? Will the largest restoration plan ever attempted... succeed? Join our team of scientists and explorers as they follow the flow of the great river of grass, and beyond...
Episode Two Special Edition DVD:   $29.95 ea.   Link to Karst Store
Both Episode One and Two Special Edition DVD:  $39.95    Link to Karst Store
(Includes the internationally-acclaimed adventure documentary, short film features, teacher resources, expedition highlights and Water's Journey: Everglades web site)

Photo of Manatee underwater
Water's Journey: The River Returns
From high above and deep below its surface, a team of intrepid explorers and scientists immerse themselves in the mechanics of the St. Johns River system in Florida. Their adventures reveal the stunning beauty of a wild and scenic land and the difficult issues facing the populace as they grapple with the impacts of inevitable growth on this natural resource. "The River Returns" inspires hope that environmental protection and sustainable growth can coexist, and that great watersheds of our planet can be protected for future generations.
Special Edition DVD:   $29.95 ea.     Link to Karst Store
(Includes the internationally-acclaimed adventure documentary, short film features, teacher resources, expedition highlights and The River Returns web site)

Photo of diver in cave
Water's Journey: Hidden Rivers of Florida
More than 8 billion gallons of water a day burst forth from Florida's springs....the most unique concentration of springs on the planet. At one time it was thought to be an endless supply, but now the demands of man are starting to exceed availability. Join a team on a daring journey through the Floridan aquifer as they follow the connective path of water underground. Their discoveries lead you on a thrilling tale about the miraculous course that water takes through Florida, and in our lives.
Special Edition DVD:   $29.95 ea.     Link to Karst Store
(Includes the internationally-acclaimed adventure documentary, short film features, teacher resources, expedition highlights and the award-winning Florida Springs Interactive Learning web site)

Photo of large iceberg
Ice Island
In spring of 2000 the largest moving object ever seen on our planet began its voyage - so grand in scale it changed the earth's rotation as it moved. Dubbed "Godzilla" by scientists, it had enough fresh water to supply the United States with all of its water needs for years. Join Wes Skiles and a group of daring scientists and explorers from the National Geographic Society and the New England Aquarium as they journey to Antarctica aboard the vessel "Braveheart" in search of "B-15", the largest iceberg in history. Program narrated by Bill Kurtis.
Photo of diver underwater
Polluting the Fountain of Youth
A team of scientists and cave diving explorers delve into the underwater caves in the heart of North Central Florida searching for the path that the water takes underground to the famous Ichetucknee Springs.
Sponsors image
South Florida Water Management District logo image and link to sponsors page
Florida Department of Environmental Protection logo image and link to sponsors page
Florida Department of Education logo image and link to sponsors page
Florida Department of Agriculture logo image and link to sponsors page
Dynamite Premium Fertilizer logo image and link to sponsors page
South Florida Water
Management District
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection
Florida Department
of Education
Florida Department
of Agriculture
Dynamite Premium
Fertilizer
Partners image
WEDU logo image and link to sponsors page
Karst logo image and link to sponsors page
Fusionspark Media logo and image link to sponsors page
Everglades: Currents of Change web documentary. Copyright Fusionspark Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved.