The Last of the Reindeer Herders 1Feb08

The Sami, Europe’s last indigenous people, have herded their reindeer across Lapland, for thousands of years. Here’s the link to the first of reports from Sweden, where the Sami have recently lost a number of legal battles over their right to herd reindeer on some of their traditional winter grazing lands. Read on

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2 Responses to “The Last of the Reindeer Herders”

  1. Teresa Says:

    Hello, I just finished watching living with the Mek. I enjoyed it so much. I thought it would be wonderful if you did a series on the Sammi people. I came across this site and saw you had them listed. Does this mean you are going to do a show like you did with the Mek, or have you already done so? If there is and I missed it, where would I be able to get ahold of it. They are so interesting. You can not find out much information on their early life. I know that they were said to be capable of majic…makes you wonder what they really did that Romans thought they could do majic. Thank you for the great adventure……hope to see another program soon….no matter where you and Mark go. Teresa

  2. immarnill Says:

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