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Hawaii's economy is not "robust," as we stated in "All-Around Health" on page 20 of our July/August issue. The Aloha State has been in an economic slump since 1990. This year, however, economists expect Hawaii's gross product to grow at or near 2 percent, the largest one-year increase in the state since 1990.

In our July/August "Good Going" about the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, the turtle observed by author Stephen Lyons was a painted turtle, not a western box turtle.

Sierra welcomes letters from readers in response to recently published articles. Letters may be edited for length and clarity. Write to us at 85 Second St., 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105-3441; fax (415) 977-5794; e-mail

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