The Evergreen Magazine—Spring and Summer 2015
“In this issue, we celebrate the leadership and accomplishments of Les Purce as he prepares to wrap up his presidency.”
Les’ ability to shift from thoughtful advocate, mentor, colleague, and listener to enthusiastic participant, showman, storyteller,
and lifelong learner has served him, and Evergreen, well.
In a rural Puget Sound community, one Greener has turned her passions into growing a healthy new enterprise.
Technology helps show the Elwha through new eyes.
Losing sleep may have led Willow Whitton ’98 to the dream of Holy Lamb Organics, a luxury organic bedding company
now in its 15th year.
A renowned clinical psychologist has developed groundbreaking screening and family therapy techniques to reduce risk.
An Evergreen specialty since 1973. Also in this article, “Phaging out a Dangerous Problem” by Carolyn Shea.