Intern Kaitlyn Hammon, left, volunteer coordinator Dennis Conner and executive director Rich Bowers enjoy a Whatcom Land Trust staff field trip to the south fork of the Nooksack River in October 2015.
Intern Kaitlyn Hammon, left, volunteer coordinator Dennis Conner and executive director Rich Bowers enjoy a Whatcom Land Trust staff field trip to the south fork of the Nooksack River in October 2015. Natalie Whitman Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Intern Kaitlyn Hammon, left, volunteer coordinator Dennis Conner and executive director Rich Bowers enjoy a Whatcom Land Trust staff field trip to the south fork of the Nooksack River in October 2015. Natalie Whitman Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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February 02, 2016 10:00 PM

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