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Immense Possibilities is the weekly public television and Internet series that's igniting realistic hope. We showcase people and projects that will inspire you.

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Our Next Immense Possibility

Friday May 27, 6:00 & 8:30pm, on SOPTV and in the “Current IP” video box below*

Screen Shot 2016-05-20 at 9.18.28 PMYou want to help. We want to make it easy.”  With that slogan a handful of Southern Oregonians created the simplest, and probably most effective, neighborhood-based food project imaginable.  Seven years later their system is bringing food to thousands of household tables that might otherwise be empty, in more than fifty cities nationwide. These volunteers never spend a moment wondering if they’re making a difference.

*NOTE:  IP repeats on SOPTV Thursdays at 10:30pm & Sundays at 4:30pm, and airs on OPBPlus (all of Oregon) Saturdays at 8:00am, 360 North (all of Alaska) Thursdays at 9:30pm, and KEET (Eureka, CA) Sundays at 12:00pm.


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Story of the long spoons

Here’s one brilliant minute on what’s true, and what could be true: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhU5JEd-XRo  


Our Current Immense Possibility

Not long ago Canadians chose geneticist, public television host and perennial environmental activist David Suzuki as the most admired living Canadian. In our conversation days after his 80th birthday we discovery that his energy, eloquence and fiery passion to heal the planet’s human-inflicted wounds hasn’t dimmed in the least.

IMMENSE POSSIBILITIES ignites realistic hope with inspirational stories of community victories. It showcases ordinary people whose passion and creativity are blazing trails to a healthy future for our children and grandchildren. See what we've discovered in the realms of community breakthroughs, local independence, sustainable solutions, environmental sanity, generations coming together, and awesome social inventions.



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