These days, wildlife is thriving around the site of the nuclear reactor meltdown at Chernobyl in the Ukraine three decades ago. Biologists say the lack of people in the “Exclusion Zone” thirty kilometers around reactor has made it easier for the animals that did survive — and their progeny — to now flourish.
Ron Melchiore’s exciting new memoir Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness traces the author’s path to the wilderness which led him to building an off-grid, sustainable homestead with his wife Johanna. Here you will find true stories of survival, determination, and adventure. Ron’s years of experience make this book an essential guide for all audiences wanting […]
This 10-minute production shows how stocking lakes with non-native species for recreational fishing in Washington State and elsewhere around the U.S. may be compromising the integrity of our most remote and pristine ecosystems.