Sullivan, Robert
November 1994
New Republic;11/7/94, Vol. 211 Issue 19, p11
Deals with the controversy surrounding the plans to eliminate the spartina grass around the Willapa Bay in Washington using an herbicide spray. Origin of the spartina grass; Use of the Rodeo chemical in eliminating the grass; Postponement of the spraying program by the Ad Hoc Coalition for Willapa Bay; Impact of spraying on oyster supply; Environmental issues posed by the plans to eliminate the spartina grass; Details on the issue.


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