Pittsburgh 360: Hope Haven Farm, Wild Animal Orphanage & A Life of Their Own
The animal kingdom is the focus of this episode. We’ll introduce you to a doctor at the National Aviary who is using human medical techniques to develop treatments for birds, a veterinarian who’s made a safe haven for big cats and a group of volunteers who have made looking after the regions feral cat population their mission.
Pittsburgh 360: Hope Haven Farm, Wild Animal Orphanage & A Life of Their Own aired on Apr 02, 2015.
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Original airdate: Dec 02, 2010
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Original airdate: Nov 25, 2010
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Original airdate: Nov 18, 2010
This episode features a local company which is using solar power to purify and desalinate water, and a group of local non-profits which have developed a program to help some of Pittsburgh's most at-risk teenagers to stay in school and strive for college. Also a visit to a video game production company on Pittsburgh's South Side.
Original airdate: Nov 11, 2010