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AIR DATE: September 14, 2009

A massive area in northwest Las Vegas that is teeming with ice age fossils could become a national monument operated by the National Park Service as soon as next year. We talk about the development of the possible park with: Lynn Davis, Program Manager in the Nevada Office of the National Parks Conservation Association Ron Tipton, Senior Vice President for Policy for the National Parks Conservation Association Kathleen Springer, Senior Curator at the San Bernardino County Museum Gayle Marrs-Smith, Project Manager in the Las Vegas Office of the BLM.

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