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Clean Streams for Clean Shellfish: Stream Cleanup by Looking Around

Publication number Date Published
07-10-068August 2007
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Author(s) Dave Garland
Description When Ecology-financed water quality studies identify stream pollution, we are obligated to do something about it. This was the case in Freeland on Whidbey Island in 2003-2004. An Ecology grant to the Island County Public Works Department funded several studies by Herrera Environmental Consultants concerning a proposed stormwater diversion and outfall structure on Freeland Creek.
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Keywords stream, water quality story, cleanup, water quality, shellfish
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 06 Island