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Oregon Considered

11/15/2007 - Grays Anatomy: A Timber County Embraces Green

November 15, 2007

1115_community3_400.jpgOn the Washington coast, an economically distressed timber county is going green. Grays Harbor County wants to transform itself from a community of extraction to a community of renewables.

As part of our series on Northwest communities reinventing themselves, correspondent Austin Jenkins introduces us to some young adults at the forefront of this economic transformation.
Complete article...

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