Alaska Review 25
Alaska Review collection
Mark Weller (Filmmaker)Mark O. Badger (Filmmaker)
Independent Television Inc.
Reporter Mark Weller provides an overview of Alaska's land classification issues and reports on differing opinions regarding President Carter's use of the Antiquities Act to set aside millions of acres of land in Alaska for several newly created National Monuments. Reporter Mark O. Badger interviews Clark Engle, a hunting guide who shares his views on land classification. Those interviewed include: Ben Shane of the Friends of the Earth; an unidentified protestor; Congressman Morris Udall of Arizona; Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska; Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska; John Katz, special counsel to Alaska's governor; Bob Belous of the National Park Service; Alaska Governor Jay Hammond; Tom Meacham, assistant to Alaska's attorney general; Vernon Wiggins of Citizens for the Management of Alaska Lands (CMAL); Clark Engle, hunting guide; Don Brand; and an unidentified man. The program contains views of protestors, the Great Denali Trespass event, an Alaska hunting camp, and Alaska scenery and wildlife. The program also contains Public Service Announcements (PSAs) about the March of Dimes and skiing safety.
U-matic videotape; color; sound
National parks & reserves
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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