Montana is a western state defined by its diverse terrain ranging from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains. Its wide-open spaces include Glacier National Park, a vast wilderness preserve that passes into Canada. The park’s many snow-capped peaks, lakes and alpine hiking trails are showcased along its famed Going-to-the-Sun Road, stretching 50 miles.
The Deschland Ranch, located about 15 miles east of Lewistown, is a classic cattle ranch offering timbered draws, strong grass range, and a good hay base along the North Fork of McDonald Creek, which passes through for over six miles. It lies in a contiguous block of nearly 7,200 scenic deeded acres providing complete privacy and control of one’s environment. The ranch is capable of running 400 mother cows plus replacement heifers and bulls while putting up an average 400-450 tons of hay on approximately 250 acres. It combines the characteristics of an optimum working ranch with outstanding hunting recreation for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, and upland birds. The modest but comfortable improvements include two homes, a hunting cabin, and a solid set of operating improvements and corrals. It represents an opportunity to acquire a significant holding in a highly sought-after community in the heartland of Montana.
Wildfires are a fact of life in California but extent and devastation in the American West feel dramatic this year: More than 5 million areas of uncontrolled fires lead to incredible footage on the news & reports of orange skies in Oakland or San Francisco. The 2020 fire season has broken almost every record in terms of frequency and ferocity. We analyzed several factors like climate change, housing development and fire suppression & management to see what’s behind the largest and most destructive wildfires in the state’s history and what can be done to solve the worsening problem?
Been adventuring and collecting shots all over Idaho this summer. I think I’d like to be a Peter Pan in the state of Idaho for the rest of my days… . There were some really special local friends, like Russell Davies CEO from PTSD Veteran Athletes that performed all extreme mountain bike and kayak stunts, Matthew Matkin the featured fly fisherman out of Pocatello and so many more that lended their time and skills to make this possible! Thank you! And, thanks to John L. Scott Real Estate Boise for commissioning this dream video. . A HUGE THANKS TO ALL THE IDAHO BASED FILM CREW:
Jake Rapp : Color Grade + Sound Design + Interview B Cam & Lighting + Kit Rental Devin Jenkins : Additional Drone Footage Julie White : Title Design + Kayak Cam Op + Beer Garden Grip Travis D Amick : Night Timelapse Billy Byrd : interview Grip + Sound Brooke Burton : Beer Garden Talent + Producer
The Almeda fire left a path of destruction as it tore through the Rogue Valley in southern Oregon. About 24 hours after it started, an estimated 2,350 homes had been left in ashes. We used satellite images, videos and social media posts to track what happened.
Photographer, filmmaker, and Sony Artisan Pete McBride shares this short film “Passport Home”, a glimpse of his documentary “Into the Canyon” that is nominated for Outstanding Nature Documentary at next week’s 2020 Emmy Awards.
“For years I’ve studied the world through a lens to tell the stories of others, my own, and the magic and complexity of our shared world. But after years of documenting stories I started noticing something consistent. Wherever I framed my lenses, change revealed itself before me. The places where I had ventured and worked were facing constant challenges of overuse and destruction, of being loved to a point of permanent change.”
“It was at this point that I realized my cameras were no longer just a passport for adventure, but tools to help protect the places where we adventure – those wild places we love. Now I shoot not for likes, instead I document because I want to cherish and protect the places I love…so the next person can stand in my tracks and see the magic just like I saw it. Cameras are passports to our curiosity, our creativity, our world, and they are even tools to help protect not just far away, but our own back yards.”
This Morning With Gordon Deal reports: Hurricane Sally weakens to tropical storm, smoke from West Coast fires spurs health advisories, and how parents and students can navigate the technical challenges of online learning.
Capitol Reef National Park is in Utah’s south-central desert. It surrounds a long wrinkle in the earth known as the Waterpocket Fold, with layers of golden sandstone, canyons and striking rock formations. Among the park’s sights are the Chimney Rock pillar, the Hickman Bridge arch, and Capitol Reef, known for its white sandstone domes. In the north are the towering monoliths of Cathedral Valley.