ENTERTAIN: MUSIC & STORY

Stuart Squirrel Learns a Lesson

Smoky Mountain Story

Read by author and Smokies Education Volunteer Sandra Aldrich, Stuart Squirrel learns a very important lesson about what happens if you eat human food.

Spring on Fodderstack Mountain

Watch the leaves unfurl in Walker Valley

Relax to banjo music as you get to see spring blossom on Fodderstack Mountain over the course of a month. The mountain goes from almost no green to full leaf out over the course of this short video.

THE MONARCHS ARE GONE

Epic Lyrical Journey

Follow the monarch butterfly on an incredible journey from meadows and habitats across the U.S. and Canada, down to the Oyamel forests near Mexico City. Join intrepid 5th graders as they venture out with nets and tags into the world of monarch migration, one of nature’s seemingly impossible feats. You’ll learn all about Monarch Butterflies and the threats that they face. This music video collaboration was created by Tremont Institute and 5th grade students at Walland Elementary in East Tennessee.

If you produce your own music video about an environmental challenge, we’d love to see it! Tag Tremont on Facebook, Twitter @GSMITremont, or Instagram @tremontinstitute!

THE MONARCHS ARE GONE

Epic Lyrical Journey

Follow the monarch butterfly on an incredible journey from meadows and habitats across the U.S. and Canada, down to the Oyamel forests near Mexico City. Join intrepid 5th graders as they venture out with nets and tags into the world of monarch migration, one of nature’s seemingly impossible feats. You’ll learn all about Monarch Butterflies. and the threats that they face in the national park. This music video collaboration was created by Tremont Institute and 5th grade students at Walland Elementary in East Tennessee.

If you produce your own music video about an environmental challenge, we’d love to see it! Tag Tremont on Facebook, Twitter @GSMITremont, or Instagram @tremontinstitute!

WE ARE BEARS

Song of the Smokies Icon

More than just a cute fuzzy mascot, black bears are part of the culture, history, and natural ecosystems throughout the southern Appalachian mountains. But who speaks on behalf of the bears? Check out this music video that finally gives bears their say! It was created by Tremont Institute in partnership with Gamble Montessori High School in Ohio. Explore the history, life cycle and threats facing black bears, one of the most iconic species in the national park!

If you produce your own music video about an environmental challenge, we’d love to see it! Tag Tremont on Facebook, Twitter @GSMITremont, or Instagram @tremontinstitute!

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