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Winner of the Highest Platinum Remi Award for Cinematography / Videography, the Gold Remi Award for Nature and Wildlife Documentary, and the Silver Remi Award for Ecology-Environment-Conservation Documentary at the 46th International WorldFest International Film Festival. Six years in the making in all sorts of mountain terrain, this program covers three seasons of wildflowers in the southern Appalachians, including pollinators, habitat, history, medicinal uses, how to identify wildflowers and more. Fantastic film, beautiful music, more wildlife, and great expert speakers round out this program. Guest speakers include Dr. Thomas E. Hemmerly - Professor of Biology at Middle Tennessee State University, Theresa Schrum - Certified Arborist and Horticulturist, Ila Hatter - Wildcrafter and Interpretive Naturalist, Dr. Robert D. Hatcher, Jr. - Distinguished Scientist and Professor of Geology at University of Tennessee, James Alexander Fowler - Wild Orchid Expert and Professional Photographer and Author, and Ken Voorhis - Director at Institute at Tremont in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. More than 165 flowering plants, vines, trees and shrubs are shown with common and Latin names and 14 great wildflower trails are shown in north Georgia, western North Carolina's Blue Ridge Parkway and east Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains. One hour 46 minutes on 2 discs. Exquisite wildflower filming! For all ages, non-violent.
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The Story of Wildflowers of the Southern Appalachians - 1 hour 46 minutes on 2 discs - © 2012 Kate Marshall Graphics, Inc.