Enviromysteries is a series of educational documentaries released in 1996. It was produced by Nondas Voll, directed by Paul Zehrer and written by Anne Klimas. These documentaries also contain original music by Andy Glick. They were developed by educational experts at Maryland Public Television and is supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Services. The episodes are 60 minutes in length and intended for students in grades 7 through 9 as part of a lesson plan that also includes study materials. This series explores the effect of humans on their environment, especially pollution from biological and chemical means. The first episode centers on a team of high school investigative journalists, who chronicle the work of their local health department. The investigation of the high school students reflects that of the health department, as both parties attempt to discover the cause of a waterborne illness. This episode also includes short documentaries on water, water pollution and water purification.