A Northwest watersheds expo

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  Everyone from farmers to fishers and scientists to students will gather under one roof to talk about Watersheds "94 in Bellevue,Wash., Sept. 28-30. The conference seeks to create links between people, politics and science in order to create on-the-ground improvements in the Northwest. Speakers include John Bellamy Foster, author of The Vulnerable Planet: A Short Economic History of the Environment, and Ted Strong, director of the Columbia Intertribal Fish Commission. Field trips are offered to local watershed-restoration programs and participants can also see the play "Queen Salmon: A biologically explicit comedy for people of several species." For more information, contact Mary Crandal, Washington State University, 7612 Pioneer Way, Puyallup, WA 98371-4998, (206/840-3419).


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