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Happy Earth Day From An Erstwhile Dam Builder Who Helped Save A Lake - Really!

3 years agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

Instead of writing a long blog post about Earth Day 2012 (#42!) I plan to go for a bike ride on this glorious, sunny day (two in a row!) in the rain-soaked Willamette Valley. But not before a short brain-dump. I remember the first Earth Day in 1970. I was...
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