The Planet, Vol. XXIII, No. II, Winter 1993
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Vol. 23, Issue 2
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
Editor in Chief
T. R. Morris
Western Washington University
Managing Editor: Heather Boright; Illustrator: Lawrence Bergquist; Student Advisor: Michael J. Lehnert; Graphics Advisor: Roderick C. Burton; Writers: Mirabai Benck, Larry Goldie, Bill Henkel, Wendy Hunziker, Dave Henry
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Table of Contents
Defining Growth Management: The scattered information adds up to a picture of decent environmental legislation under fire by Mirabai Benck
Taming the DNR beast(s): A history of dualism makes for a tough transition for Jennifer Belcher, Public Lands Commissioner by Bill Henkel
The highest spirit: Huxley graduate student, Yvonne Mejia has seen the tops of the world. This fiery spirit will inspire you by Dave Henry
Local issue calls: Arlecho Creek - Owned by a distant corporation, this local stand faces an uncertain future. Read how you can get involved by Michael Wewer
Geophysiology; a new perspective: The doctor is here with a new way of seeing the world and the trouble humans cause it by Larry Goldie
Local schools spread the word: Environmental Education isn't a new concept to the folks in Bellingham's elementary schools by Wendy Hunziker
Wild Experiences: Heather shares her experience of education going far beyond the classroom by Heather Boright
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