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NEW for March, 2013!

Tight Line Media is a leader in the multi media environment delivering exceptional productions from the first word to the final edit.  Join us as we get a jump on Spring and Earth Day with extraordinary award-winning TLM films.

Restoring Hope: Watershed restoration. It’s evolving into more than just a water issue across the country. Walkways, wildlife, willows. They are all rearranging from the roads to the river. Jackknife Creek in Southeast Idaho is the poster child for this evolution. It's where everything is considered when everyone works together to restore hope.

Sanctuary: Taos, New Mexico is bordered by a backyard of wildlife and wild land. Both take a beating as outdoor users love the Carson National Forest to death. Some of those users recognize the damage they cause and decide to instigate a movement for resource recovery. Illegal trails close. Sanctuaries open. Habitat bounces back. Wildlife comes back. See a refuge restored in just a few short years. Sanctuary is the best outdoor TV story in the nation in 2012 according to the Outdoor Writers Association of America and it is on tour with the Wild and Scenic Film Festival in 2013.

Green Light: The nation has its eye on renewable energy. Renewables in mass have to have space to work. Wind and solar farms are dotting the landscape at a rapid pace, but the resources they build upon are valued for things other than power. Take a look at what renewables could do to help public lands and a country in an energy crisis.

Green with Envy: There is one constant throughout the history of the West. The never-ending war over resources. Their use. Their value. Their limit. That fight is now flooding the Green River along the Utah-Wyoming border. Float 31 miles of the Green. See 15,000 fish per mile. Watch the Green and the Gorge face the possibility of draining into a pipeline bound for Colorado.

Dolores Discovered: Colorado hosts the largest elk herd in the world. The Dolores River Basin has its fair share of those elk, plus trout streams worth a tough trek and miles of aspen stands that are unmatched in the country. See this magical place of ranges and rivers shimmer in any season. Discover why Dolores is a haven worth keeping just as it is. International Wildlife Film Festival Honorable Mention.

Check our schedule for showtimes, or visit them on the web at Tight Line Media.