Washington Department of Agriculture’s Andrew Majeske puts up a gypsy moth trap on Trigg Road east of Ferndale in July 2010. Workers are putting up 16,000 traps in Washington, including in Whatcom County, for the annual effort to keep the invasive pests from taking hold in the state.
Washington Department of Agriculture’s Andrew Majeske puts up a gypsy moth trap on Trigg Road east of Ferndale in July 2010. Workers are putting up 16,000 traps in Washington, including in Whatcom County, for the annual effort to keep the invasive pests from taking hold in the state. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald
Washington Department of Agriculture’s Andrew Majeske puts up a gypsy moth trap on Trigg Road east of Ferndale in July 2010. Workers are putting up 16,000 traps in Washington, including in Whatcom County, for the annual effort to keep the invasive pests from taking hold in the state. Philip A. Dwyer The Bellingham Herald

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