This short documentary from Bullfrog Films presents a brief history of the America's first environmentalist, John Muir, during his formative years. Muir was a Scottish immigrant who gained favor with Teddy Roosevelt and eventually helped found Yosemite National Park. Muir also founded the Sierra Club, a strong environmental advocacy group. Though short and to the point, this film examines Muir's childhood and influences with skill and journalistic deftness. This video is meant to be screened by upper elementary and secondary students in a school setting. This program is only available to education institutions.
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