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Jill Harding: A love of nature
Summer 2007
When Jill Harding was growing up in Maple Valley, Washington, there was a patch of woods on her street where she nurtured a love of nature. Then the trees vanished, victims of urban development elbowing out from Seattle and Tacoma."Those woods won...
Categories: Alumni, Natural sciences
Tags: Lewis and Clark, National parks


All that Remains
Summer 2004

Nearly two-thirds of the Lewis and Clark Trail is under man-made reservoirs. Another one-quarter is buried under subdivisions, streets, parks, banks, and other modern amenities. Almost none of the original landscape is intact. No one appreciates this contrast like author and historian Martin Plamondon II, who has reconciled the explorers' maps with the modern landscape.


Categories: Geography, History
Tags: Exploration, Lewis and Clark, Trails