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July 19, 2018 / Katie Boer / Q13 Fox

Bellingham wins national award for re-routing salmon back to Squalicum Creek

From the busy bees to the rabbits along the shoreline, Squalicum Creek already draws a lot of visitors. Construction partially wrapped up on Phase Two to reroute Squalicum Creek -- a project to create a better habitat for salmon. "The point of this project was to put it in a more confined channel and put shade over it, which will happen in the next 10-15 years so that we can reduce the stream temperatures so it’s better for salmon," said Renee LaCroix, Assistant Director for the City of Bellingham's Department of Natural Resources. Read the full story here. 

Read full article here: Q13 Fox
Original URL: https://q13fox.com/2018/07/18/bellingham-wins-national-award-for-re-routing-salmon-back-to-squalicum-creek/
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