The Planet, Vol. XXIII No. III, Spring 1993
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Vol. 23, Issue 3
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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T. R. Morris
Western Washington University
Planet Peon: Michael J. Lehnert; Illustrator: Lawrence Bergquist; Writers: Deanna Adams, Craig Coonrad, Derek Martin, Gregory Myhr, Lee "Ace" Portnoff, Anita Wahler; Graphics Advisor: Roderick C. Burton
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Table of Contents
Local Coyotes Trapped, Shot: The Bellingham Police have an active trapping program in response to public complaint about these curious canines by Anita Wahler
Clayoquot Decision Hurts NDP: The B.C. Socialists picked a fight with some serious conservationists over the Clayoquot Sound by Derek Martin
Do You Dare to Drink? Deanna explains Bellingham's water system and the hazards of chlorinated water by Deanna Adams
In Defense of Old-growth: No words are wasted in this critique of current logging practices by Craig Coonrad
Responding to the Logging Ethic: Having worked for the DNR and listened to the "other side," Derek gives his view by Greg Myhr
Be Careful Where You Build: Houses with views slide down cliffs with frightening detail as Derek describes the dynamics of development by Derek Martin
Open Minded Shopping: Grocery labels delude a trusting patron. Read, and learn what they told him by Lee Portnoff
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