Roger Boxx pulls irrigation line across 12 acres of strawberries May 29, 2008 at Boxx Berry Farm on Northwest Road. Farmers in north Whatcom County have approved four watershed improvement districts, intended to help them secure irrigation water in the face of competing demands for water from tribes, industries and others.
Roger Boxx pulls irrigation line across 12 acres of strawberries May 29, 2008 at Boxx Berry Farm on Northwest Road. Farmers in north Whatcom County have approved four watershed improvement districts, intended to help them secure irrigation water in the face of competing demands for water from tribes, industries and others. The Bellingham Herald
Roger Boxx pulls irrigation line across 12 acres of strawberries May 29, 2008 at Boxx Berry Farm on Northwest Road. Farmers in north Whatcom County have approved four watershed improvement districts, intended to help them secure irrigation water in the face of competing demands for water from tribes, industries and others. The Bellingham Herald

North Whatcom farmers approve districts for securing irrigation water

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