Sympathy for the Brownfield 

Indian Island is a model among cleanup projects on Humboldt Bay, in more ways than one

A skinny trail traces the edge of a long willow thicket studded with cypress and a few tall eucalyptus trees on the northeast side of where State Route 255 lands briefly, between bridges, on Indian Island. The trail is hidden from passersby…

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