Wildflowers at Eunice Lake and Spray Park in Mt. Rainier National Park bloom in 2010. Washington legislators have introduced a bill that would allow the Park Service to take gradual steps to address a daunting backlog of deferred maintenance projects.
Wildflowers at Eunice Lake and Spray Park in Mt. Rainier National Park bloom in 2010. Washington legislators have introduced a bill that would allow the Park Service to take gradual steps to address a daunting backlog of deferred maintenance projects. Drew Perine The News Tribune file
Wildflowers at Eunice Lake and Spray Park in Mt. Rainier National Park bloom in 2010. Washington legislators have introduced a bill that would allow the Park Service to take gradual steps to address a daunting backlog of deferred maintenance projects. Drew Perine The News Tribune file

Letting national parks crumble ought to be unthinkable

June 03, 2017 06:00 AM