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How a family’s coveted land became a working forest

WASHINGTON, Snohomish CD — The New family knew nothing about forestry.  Now they’ve been named the state’s top tree farmers.

The family also restored fish habitat along a tributary of Pilchuck Creek. A biologist pointed out juvenile coho salmon. The News worked with the Snohomish Conservation District to remove grass and weeds around the stream and plant other vegetation to help keep the water cool and clean.

Source: How a family’s coveted land became a working forest | HeraldNet.com

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