The Planet, Winter 1996, Growing Pains: Tearing into Whatcom Country's Future
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
Paige Renee Pluymers
Western Washington University
Associate Editors, Production Assistants, and Writers
Managing Editor: Elissa Torres; Copy Editor: Colleen Williams; Teaching Assistant: Scott Brennan; Staff: Jodi Broughton, Jonathan Duncan, Traci Edge, Greg Friedman, Will Hutto, Julie Irvin, Richard Navas, Mary-Belton Scurry, Taylor Talmage
Table of Contents
Politics of Growth
Living in a Boom Town: The Endless Costs of Thoughtless Growth
By Richard Navas
The Law of the Land: Good Times, Bad Times for Washington’s Growth Management Act
By Greg Friedman
Western Expansion: What Lies Down Western’s Red Brick Road?
By Traci Edge
Earth, Air and Water
Drinking Our Decisions: Growth in the Watershed
By Jodi Broughton
The Land of Much Rain: Breaking a Vicious Cycle on the Nooksack River
By Paige Renee Pluymers
A Dark Side of Development: Air Pollution
By Will Hutto
Versions of Vision: People See Different Things When Looking at Undeveloped Land
By Elissa Torres
Home Improvement: Environmentally Responsible Housing
By Julie Irvin
The Man with a Plan: Fenton Wilkenson: Working Toward a Sustainable Future
By Taylor Talmage
The Blithe Family: Living Simply in Bellingham
By Mary-Belton Scurry
Planning for Nature: A Photo-Essay of Whatcom County Park Lands and Green Spaces
By Jonathan Duncan
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Woolston, DeAnna and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1996, Winter" (1996). The Planet. 19.