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Eye On America (Environment/Economy: Timber Country) #349888

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 01, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Oregon: John Blackstone) The changing way of life in America's timber country typified by the debate between environmentalists and the logging industry about species protection versus jobs in the Pacific Northwest examined; timber country scenes shown. [Two LOGGERS, President CLINTON, MOTHER, logger Betty and Dave McCABE, MAN, logger Theo HAWKES - comment.] A scuffle between environmentalists and timber truckers shown. [At Lane College, group of LOGGERS, training specialist Tzvi LACHMAN - talk about their loss of status and change.] [Zip-O Lumber Company president Jim HALLSTROM - comments.] [Voices of Oregon Forest Industries Council Greg MILLER, Lighthawk pilot Margaret PUCKETT - give aerial tours of the forests.]

Reporter(s):
Blackstone, John;
Chung, Connie
Duration:
00:04:20

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