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Saturday, May 29, 2010

A new place to stop-off and check-out the lower Skagit River on your way to and from the North Cascades

From Skagit Land Trust comes this good news:
Skagit Land Trust, working in partnership with the Skagit Watershed Council, the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board and conservation-minded citizens, has permanently protected 33-acres of land along the Skagit River west of Lyman. Skagit County has agreed to own the land and to create a new public park at this beautiful site. Read all about it in this Skagit Valley Herald article, including a video tour of the new park.


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