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PBS NEWSHOUR

Balancing Costa Rica's Farming With Preservation with Nature

  • Aired: 06/10/2013
  • 08:43
  • Rating: NR
As part of the NewsHour's series, "Food for 9 Billion," special correspondent Sam Eaton reports on a push in Costa Rica to embrace forest preservation and biodiversity while keeping up with the demand for farming. Researchers are measuring the helpful roles of small animals like bats, birds and bees.
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