Delta dare

Wagner, Eric
April 2012
High Country News;4/30/2012, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p7
The article reports on the project that aims to restore estuary in Washington to balance fish and farming. According to Bob Carey, project director with the Nature Conservancy's office in Mount Vernon, the project serves as a model for other projects seeking to resolve conservation versus agriculture stalemates. Also highlighted is the issue concerning the restoration of estuary lands used for agriculture.


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