The Planet, Spring 2001, Blanchard Mountain
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Associate Editors: Sarah Crowley, Levi Pulkinnen; Online Editor: Grant Brissey; Design: Rachel Erickson; Assistant Designer: Kelsi Giswold; Contributing Editors: Lindsay Cornelius, Mike Van Dyke; Photographer: Matt Parker; Staff Writers: Veronica Bruffy, Kate Koch, Sat Khalsa, Sarah Loehndorf, Kristin Marquardt, Emily O’Ravez, Laura Query, Jon Smolensky, Emily Steel, Taber Streur, Laura Thoren, Matt Williams, Greg Woehler
Table of Contents
Welcome to Blanchard Mountain. By Matt Williams
Paper Trails. By Grant Brissey
The Harvesters. By Greg Woehler
Photo Essay: A Cedar Living. By Chris Goodenow
Setting the Stage. By Lindsay Cornelius and Mike Van Dyke
Trail Block. By Veronica Bruffy
Worth the Ride. By Laura Query
For What It’s Worth
Economics of Logging. By Jon Smolensky
Economics of Recreation. By Sat Khalsa
Living in the Shadow of the Mountain. By Sarah Loehndorf
A Walk in the Woods. By Kate Koch
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Campbell, Tiffany and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 2001, Spring" (2001). The Planet. 32.
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