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Why we do this work

It’s been called the world's "greatest meeting of land and water." And fortunately, the protections at Point Lobos State Reserve connect land and sea. Visitors that delight in watching brown pelicans and harbor seals offshore will be glad to know the area’s coves and kelp forests are part of an…

Welcome to Our New Website

After so many years helping partners tell their stories, we thought it was about time to tell our own.  We are delighted to welcome you to Resource Media’s new website! Clicking around these pages, you can explore who we are, some of the work we’ve done, and downloadable tools for…

Investigative Reporting: Gone The Way Of The Typewriter?

Ah, local TV news. Weather, sports, ambulance chasing. No real reporting, right? Not so fast. Amid growing attention to a small indigenous community in southeastern Nevada whose health and traditional practices have been devastated by pollution spewed from a nearly 50-year-old coal-fired power plant near their homes, NBC affiliate News…