The Grasslands Project - A Ranchers View

The Grasslands Project - A Ranchers View

Miles Anderson is in a tough spot. The land he ranches has been in his family for over a hundred years, but it’s bordered on three sides by an expanding Grasslands National Park and its conservation imperative. Cattle were once considered a major threat to grasslands integrity and the endangered sage grouse in the region, but, due in large part to Miles’ persistence, his cattle are now seen as part of the conservation solution.

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Main credits

Parker, Scott (film director)
Parker, Scott (screenwriter)
Parker, Scott (director of photography)
Parker, Scott (editor of moving image work)
Christensen, David (film producer)

Other credits

Filmed and edited by Scott Parker; music composed and performed by Aaron Macri.


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; "The Grasslands Project - A Ranchers View"; National Film Board of Canada; ranching; sage grouse;

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