The Planet, Spring 1990, The Beauties and the Beasts of Bellingham
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Managing Editor: Michael J. Lehnert; Artists: Joel West, Sharon Bettis; Contributors: Kim Clay, Tim Northern, Peter Donaldson, Thomas Noland, Michael Purcell, Ruth Noellgen, Chuck Roskaim, Matt Hanewald, Rich Fotheringill, Tim Kohler, Gary Gray, Darla Sidles; Graphics Adviser: Roderick C. Burton
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Table of Contents
City Trees: Urban forestry brings clean air, beauty and homes for wildlife to Bellingham
What Goes Up: Big‘City air pollution problems may soon plague our pristine region
Whatcom Watchdogs: Find out how you can help your neighbors protect the local environment
City Critters: Urban wildlife is vital to the health of our city - but the animals need our help
Beaches: How to discover the wonderful world between the local tides
German Perspective: West German visitor questions her new world - and finds new questions for her homeland
Heart for the Soil: Local farmers prove land stewardship makes crops flourish
Turning the Tables: The Planet interviews Michael Frome
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Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Olason, Sara and Associated Students Environmental Center at Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1990, Spring" (1990). The Planet. 3.
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