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SCOUT-RESOURCE ISSUES

Idaho Tribes and the Environment (Outdoor Idaho)

  • Aired: 01/04/2001
  • 26:47
  • Rating: TV-G
Idaho's Native American tribes are playing a major role in natural resource management. The environment has always been central to tribal culture, but more and more, tribes are asserting their rights in court and "on the ground," by managing programs themselves, instead of relying on other governmental entities.
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How are some of Idaho's tribes helping to protect the air, water, land and wildlife?
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