"Threatened species in an
urban environment:
Chinook salmon and the 4(d) rule
By Connie Sue Manos Martin, Short Cressman & Burgess PLLC
"Salmon recovery: The tribal perspective," By Billy Frank Jr.,
NW Indian Fisheries Commission

"Turning brownfields green is
a team effort
," By Charles R. Wolfe, Foster Pepper & Shefelman
"Is GMA really managing growth?" By Tracy Burrows,
1000 Friends of Washington

"Recycling makes for eco-friendly
," By David Spivey, Asphalt Paving Association of Washington
"Protecting Ridgefield
refuge from fame, growth
," By Jill Sterrett, EDAW

"Skateboard parks from milk jugs? Cool, dude," By Susan Jankowski, Journal Environmental Editor "Successful watershed planning for salmon habitat recovery,"By Keith Wolf, Golder Associates

"Tribe takes unique role in Rayonier cleanups," By Northwest Indian Fish Commission "Ecology tracks cleanup of Rayonier Mill for salmon habitat recovery," By Mikel Baxter, Department of Ecology

"High-tech tools can take a toll on the environment ," By Sego Jackson, Special to the Journal "ESA presents big challenge for local government ," By Valerie Ann Lee and Jaelith Hall-Rivera, Environment International, Ltd.

"Design lab sheds light on energy conservation ," By Randy Smith, Lighting Design Lab "Giving citizens a voice in region's tough decisions ," By Amy J. Grotefendt and Patricia J. Serie, EnviroIssues

"A bulkhead that's good for
salmon and land owners
," By Mark G. Pederson, Shapiro and Associates
"Hot new party trend: throw
a 'septic social'
," By Teri King, Washington Sea Grant Program

"TMDLs may require changes by nonpoint polluters ," By R. Brent Walton, Short, Cressman & Burgess "Stormwater doesn't fall gently on the environment ," By Bruce Wulkan, Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team

"Landscapers and government agencies
are sculpting a green environment
," By Peter Dervin, Washington Association of Landscape Professionals
"Making the most of our water resources ," By Joseph Becker, Robinson & Noble

"State considers unique MUDS disposal facility ," By Sherrie Minnick, State Department of Ecology "Global Forest Watch brings businesses into the woods," By World Resources Institute staff

Environmental Surveys 2000
Special Issues Index

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