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Beaver dams flooding farmland in northern B.C.

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Ed Green's farm near Tom's Lake is facing a beaver problem. When he first bought the land seven years ago, he knew there were beavers in the area, but a local trapper kept the population under control. But lately, their numbers have been growing, and dams are flooding his fields and the fields of his neighbours- and Green doesn't know what to do. Listen to his interview:

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