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Idaho Wildlife Summit

  • Aired: 06/14/2012
  • 28:48
  • Rating: TV-G
One percent of the Department of Idaho Fish and Game’s budget goes towards protecting 80% of wildlife that is not hunted or fished. And financially, agency officials say that won’t work. They have called for an Idaho Wildlife Summit. On this episode, host Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Summit participants about the future of wildlife management and how residents can get involved in the process.
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