"Joe Launderville runs cows thru the largest superfund cleanup site in the coun try - the cows are going thru the Clark River which winds thru the Grant-Kohrs Ranch. The river is laden with heavy metals from the old Butte mine. Laundervi lle is a rancher for the NPS. Joe didn't think the cows would go across the Clark River (the toxic clean up site) when he was moving them - so he had to bring them ba ck to the fenced area even tho the cows drink this water. They try to keep the cows out of the river because they can kick up toxic heavy metals which are bad for the fis h...General views of the Grant-Kohrs Ranch. Most are of Joe Launderville and t he draft horses he uses on the ranch."
- RANDY OLSON
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