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OREGON FIELD GUIDE

Warner Canyon, Friends of Trees, Climate and Butterflies

  • Aired: 10/23/2017
  • 28:40
  • Rating: NR
Meet the volunteers who keep Warner Canyon Ski hill running. - a one lift hill that’s the winter heart of rural Lakeview. Oregon. For almost thirty years, Friends of Trees has found a way to bring neighbors together in an effort to keep Oregon green. And the Marble butterfly was thought to be extinct on San Juan Island but biologists are now scrambling to keep this rare species alive.
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