Lynda Mapes

Seattle Times

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Lynda Mapes is an environment reporter for the Seattle Times and the author of Witness Tree: Seasons of Change with a Century-Old Oak.

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Lynda Mapes is an environmental reporter with the  Seattle Times .

Climate change as told by one tree

Lynda Mapes is an environmental reporter with the Seattle Times .

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A victory — or not victory — in Standing Rock, North Dakota.

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