Inspiring A Local Land Ethic: The Story of SHADOW Lake Bog





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Published on Mar 24, 2015

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Featuring local ecologist, Klaus Richter, PhD, this is the story of SHADOW - Save Habitat And Diversity Of Wetlands - and the preservation of a 5,000 year old peat bog in South King County.

"With Shadow Lake, we have an area that's unique. Ecosystems, like this one, provide functions for people... These things are all inter-related, and are all beneficial to the community as a whole, and the entire region. [SHADOW Lake Bog] really is an important keystone piece in the local and regional ecology of King County." --Klaus Richter, PhD

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