National Parks - Troubled Edens | KCET
National Parks - Troubled Edens
Since the early 20th century, lands designated as national parks, forests, monuments, and historic sites have all encountered controversy. Political machinations abound; two thirds of the current national parks were opposed when they were announced. As we enter the 102nd anniversary of the National Park Service, this documentary examines the problems facing these delicate treasures.
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