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  • Tribes in long effort to restore Noocksack chinook

    By John Stark
    Bellingham, Washington (AP)

    Wild chinook salmon runs in the south fork of the Nooksack River have lingered on the brink of extinction for decades, but Whatcom County tribes are persisting in their efforts to restore a thriving population.

    This summer, that means spending hundreds of thousands of dollars restoring logjams and accumulations of woody debris that earlier generations worked hard to remove.

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