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 TUC Radio 
 US West coast forests were like parks before the invasion - we can go back.
 Interview
 Dennis Martinez, O'odham and Chicano heritage
 Maria Gilardin  
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Mountaingrove forest in Oregon was clear-cut in the 1930s. It has come back thick, young, and dark. When Indians cared for the land incense cedars and chinquapins were spaced widely. Plants thrived on the sun-lit forest floor. That history is not yet lost
Producer: Maria Gilardin tuc@tucradio.org
Uploaded by: Maria Gilardin Lachapp@aol.com

 Broadcast Quality MP3 File Download Program Podcast
00:29:00 English
 Roseburg, Oregon
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 Lowband Version for Streaming Download Program Podcast
00:29:00 English
 Roseburg, Oregon
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