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City Council buys another 131 acres to protect watershed

Whatcom Lake drinking water source for about half of county

More than 130 acres in the Lake Whatcom watershed will be protected from future logging projects following a Bellingham city council meeting.
More than 130 acres in the Lake Whatcom watershed will be protected from future logging projects following a Bellingham city council meeting. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
More than 130 acres of forestland around Lake Whatcom will be protected from logging following a Mon
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