Alaska Review 2
Alaska Review collection
Ed Bennett (Filmmaker)Eric Eckholm (Filmmaker)
Independent Public Television, Inc.
Hosts Ed Bennett and Eric Eckholm introduce this program. The first segment covers issues surrounding the decline of the Western Arctic Caribou Herd in Northwest Alaska. The impacts of the decline as well as solutions, such as predator control, are discussed. Those interviewed include Deputy Director of the Division of Game Bob Hinman, University of Alaska Biologist Dr. David Klein, Regional Caribou Biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Jim Davis, Chairman of the State Board of Game Dr. Sam Harbo, NANA Regional Corporation President John Schaeffer, and several unidentified hunters, as well as Steven and Mildred Sampson of Noorvik and the Snyder Family of Noorvik. The second segment examines conflicting views of timbering in the Tongass National Forest. Those interviewed from Port Protection on Prince of Wales Island include Allen Stein, Howard Bendleton, Ernie Watson, seven-year-old Jimmy Ramsey, and Ezra Stone. Other interviewees include Tongass Conservation Society member Malcolm Doiron of Ketchikan, Southeast Alaska Conservation Council and Anchorage Sierra Club member Ted Whitesell, U.S. Senator from Alaska Mike Gravel, Ketchikan Pulp Company manager Don Finney, head of the U.S. Forest Service in Alaska John Sandor, Ketchikan District Timber Manager for the U.S. Forest Service Pete Mondich, and Alaska Department of Fish and Game habitat biologist Steve Haavig. Program also contains public service announcements (PSAs) about forest fires, heart disease, and alcohol abuse.
U-matic videotape; color; sound
Southeast AlaskaWestern AlaskaNorthern Alaska
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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