Counting Sheep took twelve years of packing broadcast cameras into the Sierra Nevada backcountry and two years of editing. As a non-profit project, production expenses were partially paid with small foundation grants and individual contributions.

We have a two-tiered DVD acquisition program. College and university classroom use, including public performance rights, is $100. This includes an additional ten-minute DVD, Genetic Sleuthing, produced by UCSD-TV about Dr. John Wehausen’s use of modern molecular genetics at the White Mountain Research Station to genotype the remaining Sierra bighorn.

Teachers may show Counting Sheep in their college classrooms or organize free public screenings on their campus or in their department. To help you promote a screening, we will be glad to provide color flyers for free upon request.

For high school classrooms or for individual home use, the purchase price is $24.95.

All income from sales of Counting Sheep will help defray production costs.

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