A Whatcom County worker helps remove trash that was dumped Wednesday, May 3 at Stimpson Family Nature Reserve.
A Whatcom County worker helps remove trash that was dumped Wednesday, May 3 at Stimpson Family Nature Reserve. Randy Corris, Whatcom County Parks and Rec Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
A Whatcom County worker helps remove trash that was dumped Wednesday, May 3 at Stimpson Family Nature Reserve. Randy Corris, Whatcom County Parks and Rec Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Someone dumped a big load of trash at this Whatcom park

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