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Could limits be an attribute of freedom? In his book, "The Case for Regrowth," Giorgos Kallis advocates for degrowth through collective self-limitations on resources to support healthy, sustainable communities. This 4-minute video illustrates his perspective.

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Bird feeders are wonderful ways to introduce birdwatching to your students, but it often ends up as squirrel watching! In this incredibly fun 20-minute video, former NASA and Apple engineer Mark Rober crafts a backyard squirrel maze to confound, and reward, his squirrel friends. Consider using this video as a way to introduce creative engineering to your students, in which they craft their own challenges for local critters!

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Aa children's/family film, Watermelon Magic effortlessly illustrates elementary scientific concepts centered on the benefits of growing your own food starting with a few seeds in the backyard. Through humor and drama, audiences experience the challenges and rewards from farm-to-table and community-supported agriculture. Charming!

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Take a tour of the ribbons of rivers that crisscross the U.S. and deliver drinking water to over 117 million people every day. Learn how the physical, chemical, and biological systems within watersheds collaborate to create a continuum of resilient interconnected ecosystems. Find out how watersheds spiral nutrients in and out of the river basin, feeding a vast food web in the process.

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