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Browse All : 1) Steven Westcott talks with Mark Jorgenson, a resource ecologist at the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, and Susan Saul, a public affairs specialist with the Fish and Wildlife service, about listing the Peninsular Bighorn sheep as an endangered species. 2) Peter Berle talks with Mike Dombeck, Chief of the United States Forest Service. 3) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Leslie Ward, Director of Conservation for Trustees of Reservations, about protecting land in Massachusetts. 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Dr. Steven Webster, Marine Science Advisor for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, about gray whale migration along the U.S. Pacific Coast. 5) Steven Westcott reports on the Antarctic Environment Protocol Treaty. 6) Peter Berle talks with Dr. Elizabeth Atwood Lawrence about her book, �Hunting the Wren: Transformation of Bird to Symbol � A Study in Human-Animal Relationships.� 7) Peter Berle talks with Robin Marx, senior policy analyst for the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Andy Baumert, Director of Environmental Studies for the National Pork Producers Council about factory farming and handling animal waste. 8) Author Daniel Duane reads an excerpt from his book, �Caught Inside: A Surfer�s Year on the California Coast.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
2/7/1998
 
Description 1) Steven Westcott talks with Mark Jorgenson, a resource ecologist at the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, and Susan Saul, a public affairs specialist with the Fish and Wildlife service, about listing the Peninsular Bighorn sheep as an endangered species. 2) Peter Berle talks with Mike Dombeck, Chief of the United States Forest Service. 3) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Leslie Ward, Director of Conservation for Trustees of Reservations, about protecting land in Massachusetts. 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Dr. Steven Webster, Marine Science Advisor for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, about gray whale migration along the U.S. Pacific Coast. 5) Steven Westcott reports on the Antarctic Environment Protocol Treaty. 6) Peter Berle talks with Dr. Elizabeth Atwood Lawrence about her book, �Hunting the Wren: Transformation of Bird to Symbol � A Study in Human-Animal Relationships.� 7) Peter Berle talks with Robin Marx, senior policy analyst for the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Andy Baumert, Director of Environmental Studies for the National Pork Producers Council about factory farming and handling animal waste. 8) Author Daniel Duane reads an excerpt from his book, �Caught Inside: A Surfer�s Year on the California Coast.�
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