The Planet, Vol. XXI, No. I, Fall 1991
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Vol. 21, Issue 1
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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
Publisher: Michael J. Lehnert; Graphics Adviser: Roderick C. Burton; Staff: Carin Coates, Susan Dufner, Donna Fairchild, Wendy May, Deborah Martinsen, T.R. Morris, John Pressintin, Helen Salem, Mike Wewer, Gail L.O. Woessner
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Table of Contents
Fighting the Freeway Builders: Sumas Neighbors asking for Highway Alternatives by Helen Salem
Washington's Environmental Law: State Teachers Face Opportunity and Challenge by Wendy May
Does Urban Nature Have a Chance? Development Project Threatens Bellingham's Interurban Trail by Carin Coates
It's a Howl of a Story: Wolves Returning to Washington by Gail L.O. Woessner
Wolves, Politics and Wilderness: After 18 Years of Political turmoil, wolves are coming home by T.R. Morris
Motherhood and Environmental Ethics: Teaching for the Future by Susan Dufner
Hidden Treasures of the San Juans: Harvesting Invertebrates Damages a Fragile Balance by Deborah Martinsen
Living Life with Meaning: A Tribute to Gary Gray by the Editorial Staff
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Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
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