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Warehouse proposal for pioneering corporate "eco-campus" draws fire from landscape architects

Protests often erupt over proposals to demolish or even alter historic buildings. Threats to landscaping usually get far less attention.


But that’s changing in a Seattle suburb, where a developer plans to build on the corporate campus that George H. Weyerhaeuser created for his family’s timberland and wood products company beginning in the late 1960s.


https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/12/business/weyerhaeuser-campus-landscape-conservation.html

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