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  • A wild river usually claims right of way

    A wild river usually claims right of way

    And this one is close to sweeping away a historic chalet.

  • Plan protects foresters, not fish

    Washington state's much-hyped "Forests and Fish" plan is being criticized by scientists, environmentalists, fishermen and tribes as a sell-out to the timber industry likely to hasten the salmon's decline.

  • 'Re-inhabitation' revisited

    The environmental and community challenges brought to Washington's Olympic Peninsula by runaway sprawl and development have some 're-inhabiting locals' almost nostalgic for the clear-cut timber companies of 30 years ago.

  • The power politics of dam removal

    Sen. Slade Gorton waffles over the removal of one of the two unpopular dams on Washington's Elwha River.

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