Statewide News, June 2008

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Fish-eating Indians have crucial stake in clean Columbia River, The Columbian, June 22
Deals transfer water from northern Wash. counties, Bellingham Herald, June 21
Eyman says he’s on track with I-985 signatures, The News Tribune, June 21
Editorial: Future generations counting on us to save Puget Sound, Bellingham Herald, June 19
Puget Sound area ponders a future with a 'new green economy', Seattle P-I, June 19
Local Oyster Growers Keep Their Eye on Bacteria, Kitsap Sun, June 18
Tax plan should reflect the risk of growing trees in Washington, Port Orchard Independent, June 18
U.S. plan to balance Northwest salmon and dams is challenged, Seattle P-I, June 17
Environment briefs for Monday, June 16, The Olympian, June 16
Ruckelshaus & Kitzhaber: Protect wild-salmon strongholds, Seattle Times, June 13
Wash. seeks input on rainwater proposal, Capital Press, June 13
Experts debate benefits, impacts of region's dams, HeraldNet, June 13
BIAW ads fueled by hypocrisy, Seattle P-I, June 12
King County Judge Strikes Down Key Parts of Water Law, Kitsap Sun, June 12
Judge's water ruling a blow to builders, Seattle P-I, June 12
Old law lets developers use old rules, thwarting Puget Sound protection, critics charge, Seattle Times, June 11
Reichert gets support on wilderness measure, The News Tribune, June 11
Slade Gordon: Finding a system that sustains the Pacific groundfish fishery, Seattle Times, June 10
UW study reaffirms nature's stress relieving powers, Seattle Times, June 11
AWB View: New tax law gives timber owners a chance, The Columbian, June 10
House approves funds for 'green' schools, The News Tribune, June 5
State hasn't caught up to mortgage woes of U.S., Seattle P-I, June 5
State ferry chief decries lack of funding during visit to Kitsap County, Port Orchard Independent, June 4
Blog: Weyerhaueser supplier caves on logging native land in Canada, Seattle P-I, June 4
Researchers: City residents produce less carbon, The News Tribune, June 3
High gas prices lead to surge in mass transit, The Olympian, June 3
Editorial: Salmon plan makes sense, Tri-City Herald, June 3
State offers help with private property fish barrier work, Centralia Chronicle, June 1
Wild gray wolves could be protected in state, Tri-City Herald, June 1


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