The Herb Goodwin interview (April 2015, front page) confused some dates and actions. First, Mr. Goodwin said he never engaged in conversation with federal agents. Second, in August 2014, Wild Idaho Rising tide tracked three pieces of a hydrocracker from Port Wilma in Clarkston, WA, that was ultimately destined for the Calumet refinery in Great Falls, MT. In addition, the Blue Skies Campaign blocks coal trains, and the Indian People’s Action blocks megaloads.
The April 2015 front page article “Tiny Particles Delay Study of Coal Port Proposal” was first published in Crosscut.com