Land of Falling Water DVD & Blu-ray

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Short Description There are more than 3,000 miles of streams and rivers within Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and these protected watersheds draw thousands of people each year. This film takes you on a journey to explore this unique national treasure. Join filmmaker Gary Wilson and narrator Bill Landry as they explore the waterfalls, aquatic life, trout streams and extraordinary National Park employees who work to protect rare and endangered species in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 39 minutes. Box contains both DVD and Blu-Ray on separate discs. Produced by Great Smoky Mountains Associaiton.
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