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Yellowstone Under Fire

May. 09, 1989
60 minutes

President Reagan's Interior secretaries, James Watt and Donald Hodel, may have altered the landscape of the Yellowstone Park area more dramatically than the fires that ravaged it in the summer of 1988. This program examines the impact of eight years of accelerated development of minerals, timber, and tourism on America's most famous wilderness.

Producer(s): Greg Pratt
Jan Falstad


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