Cora Burns, 8, left and her mother Analiese Burns plant a bush during a volunteer work party at Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham on Martin Luther King Day in 2015. Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association and the city of Bellingham are hosting a work party on Monday, Jan, 18, 2016 at Padden Creek near Fairhaven Park.
Cora Burns, 8, left and her mother Analiese Burns plant a bush during a volunteer work party at Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham on Martin Luther King Day in 2015. Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association and the city of Bellingham are hosting a work party on Monday, Jan, 18, 2016 at Padden Creek near Fairhaven Park. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Cora Burns, 8, left and her mother Analiese Burns plant a bush during a volunteer work party at Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham on Martin Luther King Day in 2015. Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association and the city of Bellingham are hosting a work party on Monday, Jan, 18, 2016 at Padden Creek near Fairhaven Park. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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