November 28, 1994
An unusual consensus may stave off industrial tourism in Washington's Methow Valley.
Environmentalists sue state land board to institute "truly competitive bidding" on leases of state-owned land.
The Forest Service asked William Stafford to write poems for the scenic turnouts along the river valley. Poems reprinted.
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