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Browse All : 1)Peter Berle reports on the proposed agreement between Pacific Lumber Company owned by Maxxam, Inc., California, and the United States Government to protect land in Headwaters Forest. 2) Todd Jefferson Moore reads an excerpt from his one man show, �In the Heart of the Woods.� 3) Bruce Berger reads an excerpt from his book, �The Telling Distance: Conversations with The American Desert.� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with officials from the African Conservation Center in Nairobi, Kenya to discuss the annual mass migration of animals in the region. 5) Thomas Lalley talks with experts to determine if fish hatcheries make environmental or economic sense. 6) Berle consults with Katrina Brandon, professor and consultant to the World Bank, and Craig Sully from International Expeditions to provide an overview of responsible ecotourism. 7) In the Then and Now segment, Richard Fort, resident of Laurence County, South Dakota describes the changes in the Black Hills region and ongoing problems with mining. 8) Folk musician Christopher Shaw sings, �Once More A�Lumberin Go� from his CD, "Adirondack."

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Environment Show
Environment Show
4/5/1997
 
Description 1)Peter Berle reports on the proposed agreement between Pacific Lumber Company owned by Maxxam, Inc., California, and the United States Government to protect land in Headwaters Forest. 2) Todd Jefferson Moore reads an excerpt from his one man show, �In the Heart of the Woods.� 3) Bruce Berger reads an excerpt from his book, �The Telling Distance: Conversations with The American Desert.� 4) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with officials from the African Conservation Center in Nairobi, Kenya to discuss the annual mass migration of animals in the region. 5) Thomas Lalley talks with experts to determine if fish hatcheries make environmental or economic sense. 6) Berle consults with Katrina Brandon, professor and consultant to the World Bank, and Craig Sully from International Expeditions to provide an overview of responsible ecotourism. 7) In the Then and Now segment, Richard Fort, resident of Laurence County, South Dakota describes the changes in the Black Hills region and ongoing problems with mining. 8) Folk musician Christopher Shaw sings, �Once More A�Lumberin Go� from his CD, "Adirondack."
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