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Glendale Creek series continues in Clinton

“The Story of a Stream” series on Glendale Creek continues this week at the Clinton Community Hall with information about fish in the system and the role of woody debris in the stream.

The next presentation is 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 18. Todd Zackey, coastal geographer with the Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources Department, and Alan Johnson, principal fisheries expert with Natural Systems Design consultants, will be the speakers. Their primary focus will be on potential stream restoration techniques.

Presentations and audio recordings of previous speakers in the series are posted on Island County’s Web site at http://island

county.net/publicworks/Glendale/index.html.

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