Calculating the Future 

Innovation hasn’t always thrived in the Inland Northwest. That may be beginning to change.

On a family farm in the 11-person town of Dusty, Wash., Phil Appel runs another experiment. A tractor dumps straw into a jury-rigged jumble of pipes, boards and insulation fiber. A box fan — the sort that’s $19.98 at Wal-Mart —…

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