The Planet, Spring 1991, Vol. XX No. III, Huxley College at 20: Making a Difference
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Vol. 20, Issue 3
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
Michael J. Lehnert
Western Washington University
Associate Editors, Production Assistants, and Writers
Copy Editor: Sara Olason; A.S. Advisor: Kevin Majkut; Graphics Advisor: Roderick C. Burton; Staff: Ellis Baker, Michael Bell, Peter Donaldson, David Duffy, Susan Dufner, Donna Fairchild, Gary Gray, Heather Harnischfeger-Smith, Mary Tyler Fore, Deborah Martinsen, T.R. Morris, Charity Proctor, Al Skoczenski, Bretha Urness-Straight, Elaine Waller
Table of Contents
Asian Wilderness, Asian Wisdom: From Bellingham to Nepal and Backby T. R. Morris
Stirring Up the Waters: Local Resident Asks for Answers and Action by Charity Proctor
Nurturing Nature: Bellingham Cooperative School Adopts City Waterway by Deborah Martinsen
Huxley College: 20 Years and Going Strong by Mary Tyler Fore
City Recycling Roots Run Deep: Bellingham's Recycling Program Began at Western by Ellis Baker
Environmental Journalism: Words and Pictures for a Cause that Counts by Peter Donaldson/Gary Gray
A Writer goes Wild: Huxley Grad finds a Career by Donna Fairchild
Environmental Perspectives: Taking the Earth to the airwaves by Sara Olason
Natural Highs: Exploring Bellingham's Belts of Green by David Duffy
Huxley, Humus and HERB: The History of the Environmental Center by Michael Bell
Open Minds and Open Doors: Faculty makes Environmental Studies Work by Al Skoczenski/Sara Olason
Designing a Sanctuary on the Sound: Working to Save Marine Life by Heather Harnischfeger-Smith
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