Seattle Land

Tom Banse reports from Seattle where rich residents are teaming up with environmentalists to buy up large pieces of land from the government. They say they want to preserve forests and wildlife but neighboring communities that rely on logging worry say that it isn't right that their future rests in the hands of a few wealthy individuals.

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