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Mount Revelstoke's revered meadow

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(Contributed by Greg Walker)

Mt. Revelstoke is renowned for its sub-alpine meadow. You get there by driving up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway.  And, at this time of year, it's a bloomin' extravaganza. But some residents who have spent a lot of time there over the years, think they're witnessing a waning of the posies. Daybreak host, Chris Walker spoke with well-known botanist George Scotter.

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