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Earth Focus Presents

Tule Elk: The Killing of a Native Species (Preview)

One-third of the Point Reyes National Seashore—some 18,000 acres—are dedicated to the exclusive use of two dozen ranchers. Their 6,000 cattle outnumber the native Tule elk in the park 10 to 1.

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We’ll follow young activists as they push the LA City Council to stop oil and gas drilling operations, visit a native tribe in Mount Shasta to explore how healing the planet could be facilitated through respect and reciprocity, and investigate the National Park Service’s plan to kill Tule elk to allow for expanded private ranching within Point Reyes National Seashore.
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