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State Will Need to Find $2.4B to Ease Salmon Barriers

Posted: January 22, 2014

The minimum cost of complying with a 2013 federal court order to fix by 2030 some 1,019 Washington State Department of Transportation-owned culverts posing barriers to salmon passage will be a whoppin... Read more →

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Bio-regional tourism greener, argues WWU enviro dean

Posted: June 18, 2013

Tourism has a more pronounced effect on the world than the average tourist realizes. Whether they travel by air, sea or land, the long-distance tourist needs to appreciate the effects on the broader e... Read more →

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This Is Your Land: Larrabee State Park, The Video

Posted: June 06, 2013

On wondrous Chuckanut Drive betwixt Bow, Washington and Bellingham on the eastern shores of the Salish Sea lies Larrabee State Park. From the main parking lot, a small underpass conveys pedestrians be... Read more →

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U.S.: Washington stays near top in carbon-free capitalism

Posted: May 14, 2013

A new report from the U.S. Department of Energy shows Washington state has continued through 2010 to remain near the top among all 50 states in fueling its economy with minimal consumption of carbon d... Read more →

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State wants public comment on pocket gopher recovery plan

Posted: February 12, 2013

Some 6,000 years ago in what became Oregon, volcanic Mount Mazama erupted. That carved out Crater Lake, from around where later originated Thomomys mazama, or the Mazama pocket gopher. It thrived in ... Read more →

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