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JUNE 25-29; JULY 2-6, 2014 LOG SHEET #2 SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL AUDIO/VIDEO LOG SHEET LOGGER/VIDEOGRAPHER: Eugene Townes, Linn Bunch MEMORY CARD NUMBER - TASCAM: 20 FILE NAME: 85 MEMORY CARD NUMBER - ZOOM H2: 22 FILE NAME: PRESENTER: Preston Scott DATE/TIME: 12:45 June 25, 2014 PROGRAM: Wildlife & Community STAGE: Boma GROUP NAME: REGION/STYLE: [[2 Columned Table]] | Performer(s) | Instrument / Occupation | | --- | --- | | Dr. Scott Miller | Smithsonian curator, insect research | | Munira Bashir | | | Tom Lalampaa | Chief programs Officer, Northern Rangeland Trust | CONTENTS/NOTES (Continue on back): [[strikethrough]] 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. [[/strikethrough]] 1. Kenya @ crossroad; multitude of good & bad ideas influencing environment & consruationism. 2. Some traditional mistrust between different areas of country especially in regards to farming, poaching. 3. New Wild Life Preservation Act allows each community to set aside specific areas for wildlife conservation. 4. Kenya's population increased from 5/6 million people to 40 million people (timespan???not specified); therefore preservations are critical. 5. Until the last decade, Kenyan farmers viewed wildlife as a menace instead of a [[strikethrough]] natural [[/strikethrough]] national treasure. 6. People viewed elephants, giraffes as a permanent part of
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