Salmon enhancement helps restore our economy

2/10/2014  By The Olympian
A recent article in Forbes about the new “restoration” economy notes that we often associate economic growth with expansion of the human-built environment — so-called “gray infrastructure,” such as roads and commercial and residential development. While such expansion has been good for the economy of our region, it’s been devastating from an ecological standpoint. All too often, development comes at the expense of healthy watersheds, wetlands, estuaries and other sensitive ecosystems critical to a healthy environment.
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