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KQED's Climate Watch: Green Gridlock Part Two: Cherry Good

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Uploaded on Mar 20, 2009

Good lives on a piece of desert mountain property above Pipes Canyon, CA. One of the Green Path North Transmission Corridor routes would be built on her land. Good says if its passed, shell move away from her home, a structure she and her husband built from the ground up; a place she calls her dream home. Video by Rob Schmitz. (www.kqed.org/climatewatch)

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