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Geothermal development may interfere with the endangered Borax Lake chub. Helicopter logging is used for the 31,000 acre Cook Canyon fire site near Klamath. And John Scharff, first manager of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, talks about its history.

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Borax Lake Chubb

Geothermal development may interfere with the endangered Borax Lake chub.

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Helicopter Logging

Helicopter logging is used for the 31,000 acre Cook Canyon fire site near Klamath.

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John Scharff/Malheur Refuge

John Scharff, first manager of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, talks about its history.

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