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Browse All : 1) Steven Westcott talks with Paul Hartfield, a biologist with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and George Folkerts, a professor of zoology at Auburn University, about the extinction of several animal species in Alabama�s Mobile River Basin due to damming of the Mobile River. 2) Rachael Philips talks with Dr. Lein, Director of the Diagnostic Laboratory at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and Dr. Stone, a wildlife pathologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, about the efforts to vaccinate raccoons and other animal populations against rabies. 3) Producers play listeners� comments about energy, taxes, and hydrogen fuel. 4) Peter Berle talks with Pat Shea, the newly appointed Director of the Federal Bureau of Land Management. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle and Rachael Philips talk with Jerry Jerrold, acting Director of the National Hurricane Center, about hurricane season. 6) Peter Berle and Rachael Philips talk with Dick Rice, Senior Editor of Resource Economics at Conservation International, about sustainable forestry. 7) Peter Berle talks with guests, Mark Rey, staff member on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and Steve Holmer, a campaign coordinator for the Western Ancient Forest campaign, to answer listeners� questions about Senator Larry Craig�s (R-Idaho) proposals to change the way federal forests are managed. 8) Rachael Philips talks with Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel about their musical influences, and plays �Bonsai Picnic� from their CD, �In the Garden.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
9/13/1997
 
Description 1) Steven Westcott talks with Paul Hartfield, a biologist with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and George Folkerts, a professor of zoology at Auburn University, about the extinction of several animal species in Alabama�s Mobile River Basin due to damming of the Mobile River. 2) Rachael Philips talks with Dr. Lein, Director of the Diagnostic Laboratory at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and Dr. Stone, a wildlife pathologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, about the efforts to vaccinate raccoons and other animal populations against rabies. 3) Producers play listeners� comments about energy, taxes, and hydrogen fuel. 4) Peter Berle talks with Pat Shea, the newly appointed Director of the Federal Bureau of Land Management. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle and Rachael Philips talk with Jerry Jerrold, acting Director of the National Hurricane Center, about hurricane season. 6) Peter Berle and Rachael Philips talk with Dick Rice, Senior Editor of Resource Economics at Conservation International, about sustainable forestry. 7) Peter Berle talks with guests, Mark Rey, staff member on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and Steve Holmer, a campaign coordinator for the Western Ancient Forest campaign, to answer listeners� questions about Senator Larry Craig�s (R-Idaho) proposals to change the way federal forests are managed. 8) Rachael Philips talks with Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel about their musical influences, and plays �Bonsai Picnic� from their CD, �In the Garden.�
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