Skip to the content

Ocean to Idaho

Now Showing

2-minute promo for 26-minute film

Ocean to Idaho follows thousands of salmon swimming 850 miles from the Oregon coast to Idaho wilderness. Only a few dozen make it.

Outdoor journalist Kris Millgate traveled solo through the Pacific Northwest during the pandemic to shoot this film in 2020. Catch up on her road trip episodes here.

Official selection of the Wild and Scenic Film Festival and Colorado Environment Film Festival. Winner of IndieFest's Award of Excellence for Women Filmmakers and for Nature/Wildlife Films. 


The Fix

Trout Unlimited and U.S. Forest Service

8-minute film

When a few precious Chinook salmon arrive in Idaho wilderness to spawn, they find a watershed turned upside down by a gold dredge. The Fix, an official selection of Wild & Scenic Film Festival, explores the daunting task of fixing a broken river.


The Curlew

U.S. Forest Service and Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust

3-minute promo for 13-minute film

Protecting sagebrush in cattle country is a tough sell, but it’s happening at Curlew National Grassland. Compromise must come from all sides for sage grouse, the desert bird that’s disappearing in the desert.


Your Land

National Wildlife Federation

2-minute promo for 7-minute film

Public lands are part of America’s heritage. Public lands are yours to protect. Your Land, an official selection of the BHA Public Lands Film Festival, explores the value of natural resources and access for all regardless of wallet size.


Your Mississippi

Izaak Walton League of America

4-minute film

The Mighty Mississippi is an artery America can’t live without. It’s a river of recreation. It’s a river of navigation. From locks and dams to hunting and fishing, this is Your Mississippi. Official selection of Flyway Film Festival.