Here are some other sources of broadcast or Internet audio or video about water and natural resources (links checked 10/20/15; latest addition 10/20/15).
Island Hopping, 59 minutes, 3/20/15, on the role of islands in American History, online at http://backstoryradio.org/shows/islands/.
Tapped Out: Thirsting for Fresh Water, 52
minutes, 3/27/15 (re-broadcast), exploring the history of water rights
and access in the United States; it includes a segment on water use and
contamination by the English colonists at Jamestown; online at http://backstoryradio.org/shows/tapped-out/?autoplay=true.
That Lawless Stream: A History of the Mississippi River, 52 minutes, 6/14/13, online at http://backstoryradio.org/shows/that-lawless-stream/.
Creature Feature--Podcasts from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Asheville Field Office; http://www.fws.gov/asheville/podcasts/rss/creature_feature.xml.
WVTF/Radio IQ Public Radio from Virginia Tech--Individual reports available online in several categories, including the following (click on the category to access reports):
Government and Politics
Science and Technology
Bird Note--Approximately 2-minute segments with sounds and stories about birds' behavior, physiology, habitat, and other aspects. Online at http://birdnote.org/.
Earth Gauge Radio—Approximately 1 to 2-minute segments with tips and facts on conservation, wildlife, etc.; produced
by the National Environmental Education Foundation. Online at http://www.earthgauge.net/radio.
Playa Country Radio—weekly radio program about conservation of wildlife habitat in the western Great Plains; produced by the Playa Lakes Joint Venture and carried on High Plains Public Radio. Online at http://www.pljv.org/news/playa-country.
Connecting the Drops--A collaboration of the Colorado Foundation for Water
Education and three Colorado Public Radio stations. Online at http://www.cfwe.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=281&Itemid=348. More information on the Colorado Foundation for Water Education is is available at http://www.cfwe.org.
Water Rocks -- An Iowa State University Web site about water issues. The site includes a link to creative videos produced on a variety of issues. Online at http://www.waterrocks.org/.
Living Green in
Annapolis--Weekly one-hour show on environmental issues in the Annapolis, Md.,
area; sponsored by Annapolis Green, a non-profit organization; available online
at http://www.annapolisgreen.com/radio/; broadcast Wed., 6-7 p.m., on WNAV 1430 AM and
99.9 FM in Annapolis.
Water Spots—one-minute public service announcements; from the City of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Online at http://cfpub.epa.gov/npstbx/relatedpopup.cfm?RelatedMaterialID=53.