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Ministry of Environment films and videotapes
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Black and green

Documentary. The use of prescribed burning in forest and rangeland management to clear brush, slash and weeds, release nutrients into the soil, control pest and disease outbreaks, and encourage the growth of forage plants. Features Ray Demarchi, W...

Good hunting brother

Nature. Outlines the duck's life cycle, including the impact of predators and natural hazards. Shows the activities of Ducks Unlimited to maintain the duck population. Most (if not all) of the footage appears to have been shot at sites in t...

Ministry of Environment films and videotapes

  • GR-3364
  • Series
  • [ca. 1930]-[ca. 1985]; predominant 1941-1983

The series consists of film footage, films and videotapes that were shot or produced by branches of the Ministry of Environment, as well as some non-Ministry productions that were circulated by its Information Services Branch. Activities of the F...

British Columbia. Ministry of Environment (1979-1986)

Taming the Fraser

Item consists of a documentary on flood control on the lower Fraser River, including still images of the 1894 flood and film footage of the 1948 flood. The film includes footage of contemporary flood control structures.

The gift of water

Documentary. A poetic study of the hydrologic cycle, the many uses of water (especially recreational), and the life one might expect to see along shores and banks. The film includes shots of canoeing, kayaking, moose, herons, rivers, lakes, seash...

To catch a trout

Recreational. Illustrates how the Fish and Wildlife Branch operates hatcheries throughout the province to stock lakes with young fish. The film shows egg collecting, hatchery operation and stocking procedures. The Kootenay Trout Hatchery is shown.

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