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UTILITIES AND WILDLIFE

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Land along transmission corridors, like this one, are heavily managed by power companies. (Image courtesy of Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

A new report says power, water, and sewage utilities can play a significant role in restoring wildlife habitat. That's because they own or control thousands of acres of land across the country. Mark Brush has more:

Get the report by the E.L.I.

Corporations get together to create wildlife habitat

Producer: Mark Brush
Release Date: September 24, 2007
Running Time: :47

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