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Inside Sunday: National Parks #327072

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 21, 1989
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(Studio: Steve Kroft) Report from Wilderness Society that ten of American's national parks are in trouble noted. Report introduced.

(Everglades National Park, Florida: Erin Hayes) Threat to Everglades National Park, Florida, featured; details given of pollution of water of Everglades by nearby farming; scenes shown. [Park superintendent Mike FINLEY - says ecosystem of park is dying.] United States government reported suing Florida to stop delivery of contaminated water to Everglades. [Senator Bob GRAHAM - comments.] [S. Florida water district's John WODRASKA - says plan is being developed.] [Miami Sierra Club's Rod JUDE - comments.] [Park biologist John OGDEN - says wildlife will be gone from Everglades.]

(Studio: Steve Kroft) Need for expansion of park noted.

Hayes, Erin;
Kroft, Steve

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