Supports Wild Olympics

Opposition to Wild Olympics puts forth the same, old slanted, shortsightedness view that wild lands somehow decrease “property rights” and “limit” economic opportunities.

The Olympic Peninsula has many more attributes going for it than just logging or sawmill jobs. In the future, the recreational and tourism economy will far outpace the local timber companies vision for our citizenry.

It’s hard for humans who have control and management as their mindset to come to grips with the fact that “wild” places really don’t need much from humankind to exist, except the justifiable determination to safeguard their existence.

John Clevenger

Wishkah Valley