For 40 years, ValleyPBS has been committed to enriching the lives of our viewers and members by telling the story of the Valley, the country and the world through a combination of educational and entertaining programming and solid community outreach and service. Since 1977, we have proudly been your home for Sesame Street, Masterpiece Theatre, Great Performances, Nova and so much more! In addition to the core line-up of PBS signature programming, with the support of local members and donors, ValleyPBS is able to purchase and broadcast a host of additional series and fan favorites like Doc Martin, Father Brown, Huell Howser’s California’s Gold and others. And, of course thanks to our viewers, the Station has produced memorable local documentaries and specials like Valley Press, Great Valley, Art of Gardening and Valley’s Gold. Become a member today and support another 40 years of great stories well told.
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The challenges of being a small farmer in America, staying afloat in today’s world. What can we learn from Wendell Berry’s commitment to simple living, good stewardship & value of nature? LOOK & SEE: WENDELL BERRY’S KENTUCKY- Tuesday, April 24 on Independent Lens | PBS → to.pbs.org/2qMCD1l... See MoreSee Less
Young people are leading movements on equality and school violence, yet most of them can’t vote. But what if they could? Our first episode of "America From Scratch" explores just that! Catch the full video on YouTube now! -> bit.ly/2F6w0LC #AmericaScratchPBS #NationalSchoolWalkout ... See MoreSee Less
ValleyPBS is partnering with Bright by Text to bring parents and caregivers early childhood developmental tips sent right to their phone! Know anyone with a child under 5? Tell them to text KIDS to 274448. pic.twitter.com/rpHe4eBhRF