The Planet, Fall 2017, The Education Issue
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Table of Contents
Captaining the Tide
Traditional reef net fishing is returning to the waters of the Lummi as a way to revive cultural heritage.
Sophorn Sim educates immigrants and refugees in South Seattle on local environmental issues.
No Child Left Inside
Outdoor preschools, an alternative to traditional early-learning education, can soon become certified under a new bill.
The Chosen One
Smak I’ya’, Lummi language teacher, is at the forefront of Washington's transition to a curriculum that incorporates indigenous cultures.
Caught Between Extremes
Activists and farmworkers protest at Sarbanand Farms near Sumas, Washington, following the death of a migrant worker.
A Dying Tradition
Moles Farewell Tributes in Bellingham, Washington, offers an eco-friendly alternative to conventional funeral services.
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Environmental Sciences | Higher Education | Journalism Studies
Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Betcher, Keiko, "The Planet, 2017, Fall" (2017). The Planet. 78.
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