Will Handford shows one of his photos of smoke in a presentation at Grace Moore Library in Tacoma on Tuesday. It’s part of the Wood Smoke Photovoice project involving “youth citizen scientists” and sponsored by the University of Washington Tacoma.
Will Handford shows one of his photos of smoke in a presentation at Grace Moore Library in Tacoma on Tuesday. It’s part of the Wood Smoke Photovoice project involving “youth citizen scientists” and sponsored by the University of Washington Tacoma. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Will Handford shows one of his photos of smoke in a presentation at Grace Moore Library in Tacoma on Tuesday. It’s part of the Wood Smoke Photovoice project involving “youth citizen scientists” and sponsored by the University of Washington Tacoma. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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