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Keeping Oregon Green: Livability, Stewardship, and the Challenges of Growth, 1960–1980

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Derek Larson BA ’90 provides a new history of the signature accomplishments of Oregon’s environmental era, including the revitalization of the polluted Willamette River, the Beach Bill preserving public access to the state’s coastline, the Bottle Bill that set the national standard for reducing roadside litter, and the nation’s first comprehensive land-use zoning law.

Oregon State University Press, 2016. 344 pages.