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Where land and water meet One of our first graduates spent a lifetime and fortune amassing land for the enjoyment of others.
For Todd Mitchell '97, the purchase of Kiket Island near Deception Pass meant the return of a cultural resource to his people. For the other myriad residents of the Puget Sound area, it is another decisive step toward restoring a priceless resource.
Categories: Washington state history, Environmental studies
Tags: Conservation, Parks, Deception Pass, Puget Sound, Kiket Island
Mary Kaufman-Cranney ’78—Call of the wild
Last summer Mary Kaufman-Cranney culled a batch of black dresses from her closet and replaced them with hiking boots and trail shoes. Having left her job with the Seattle Opera, where she was director of development, she has less use for the ...
Categories: Environmental studies, Public affairs, Alumni
Tags: Conservation, Fundraising, The Nature Conservancy
The man who gave away mountains
Categories: History, Alumni
Tags: Eastern Washington, Conservation, Parks
One of our first graduates spent a lifetime and fortune amassing land for the enjoyment of others.