Gold, Water and Power, PG&E on the Stanislaus River is a 16 minute video covering how California’s Gold Rush era water transport system would later play a critical role in PG&E’s hydroelectric system.
Looking for Pieces of the Puzzle is a seven-minute video of archaeologists at work along State Route 49, in the Sierra Nevada foothills of western Tuolumne County, California.
UC Davis contracted with Far Western to prepare a plan to honor Native Americans, particularly the local Patwin people. Far Western designed 11 installations on the university campus. The largest is a contemplative garden in the UC Davis Arboretum.
Breaking New Ground is a video by Phil Gross. Produced by Kelly McGuire, the 32-minute film is about Native American participation in archaeological projects. The film has been sent to more than 250 native tribes and as many agency archaeologists.
Obsidian Trail, by Cinnabar Video Production, Far Western, KVIE, and Caltrans, is video describing how obsidian found throughout California has informed what archaeologists know about trade and travel in prehistoric lifeways.