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We belong to the land, ca. 1975 - ca. 1980

We belong to the land, ca. 1975 - ca. 1980

 
 
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ARC Identifier 13527 / Local Identifier 95.229 - Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Division of State and Private Forestry. Fire and Aviation Management Staff. (1986) - - Shows an Indian youth spending some time with his friend Joe 'Giron, an Apache and professional range manager. Reaffirms the relationship between the Indian and the land. Explores lifestyles in natural resource careers, such as forestry, game management, range management and related fields. Filmed in Northern California and Oregon, including Big Summit Ranger District of Ochoco National Forest (Oregon) and Fortuna and Eureka High Schools (California). - Copied by Thomas Gideon

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1980
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