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June 2011
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1 OSU researchers invent better microchannel heat exchangers
2 Oregon and SW Washington credit unions
3 100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon, 2011
4 Mount Hood's unique economy
5 Small Oregon businesses go global
6 TMT Development's president struggles to revive Park Avenue West
7 Airport passenger counts gain altitude
8 Oregon economic indicators as of March 2011
9 The farm-direct meat revolution
10 Steens Mountain Wilderness Resort becomes a fixer-upper dream
11 Oregon craft beer business keeps growing
12 Fish fight on the lower Columbia
13 Vacancies swamp Sisters
14 Warm Springs Composite Products goes global
15 NAT uses enzymes to break down flax into soft, cheap material
16 Cannon Beach plans tsunami-resistant structure
17 Leatherman's promise to keep it local
18 Readers report mixed findings on green practices
19 Climb every mountain
 

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