1) Peter Berle discusses Salmon fishing rights between the U.S and Canada with Canadian negotiator, Donald McCrae and U.S deputy negotiator with the U.S National Marine Fisheries Service, Larry Rutter. 2) Linda Anderson presents a segment on the Congo Gorilla exhibit at the Bronx Zoo. She speaks with James Doherty, Curator at the Bronx Zoo. 3) Linda Fleming talks about Tree Utah, a learning resource for planting trees in urban areas. 4) Peter Berle talks about Loggerhead Turtles in South Carolina. 5) Peter Berle discusses the impact of dam removal on migratory fish with Steve Brooke of the Kennebec Coalition and Margaret Bowman, Director of Hydropower Programs at American Rivers. 6) Peter Berle gives tips on non-toxic ways to kill fleas. 7) Steven Westcott discusses global warming and the Larsen B ice shelf breaking away from Antarctica. Ted Scambos, research scientist with the University of Colorado guests.
A picture of students who are meeting outdoors for a class at the State University of New York at Albany. There are crop marks in the top and bottom margins. Written in the bottom margin between to arrows is "20."
A picture of students who are meeting outdoors for an art class at the State University of New York at Albany. Blossoming trees are in the foreground. There are crop marks on three sides of the photograph.
Karen C. Kirchmayer, State University of New York at Albany, Class of 1977, and an unidenfied male on the Mohawk Campus. There are weeping willow trees and a pond in the background. The Mohawk Campus was purchased by the Faculty Student Association in 1965, and sold by University Auxiliary Services in 1984. There are crop marks in the top and right margins. Written in the top margin is "28."
Unidentified students sitting on benches in the formal gardens behind the Campus Center on the Uptown Campus at the State University of New York at Albany. There are crop marks in the upper portion of the original.