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Movie review: The doc 'Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman' takes you to some unexpected places

The cowboy on horseback. The farmer amid endless fields of grain. The fisherman standing on the prow of his boat. Could there be more classic American images than these?

But what about the people behind these images? Are they as stereotypical as people imagine, especially where conservation is concerned? The documentary "Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman" examines that question and comes to some unexpected conclusions.

Co-directed by doc veterans Susan Froemke (who for many

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