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Louis Butler and family on the river

Four Generations Fishing {format} 3:30 Barrett Golding

Our series The Lewis & Clark Trail: 200 Years Later continues in Central Washington, on the banks of the Walla Walla. Louis Butler, his daughter, grand-daughter and grandsons are "trying to catch a few catfish." Mr. Butlerís life is filled with a nuclear family at home, and nuclear weapons and waste at work. [transcript]

Broadcast: Jan 1 2003 on NPR Living on EarthSeries: Lewis & Clark Trail: 200 Years Later Subjects: Public Affairs, Travel, Environment, Labor