Man vs. Nature 

The outdoors can be a bit hard to tame — but for restoration ecologist Joe Cannon, that's part of why it's worth preserving

Even if you don't go to nature, sometimes nature comes to you. It's a lesson some unlucky homesteaders in Chattaroy, 18 miles north of Spokane, learned a couple of months ago as water started flooding into their basement. The culprit? A…

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