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Earth Day volunteers get to work at Fairhaven Park

Conservation efforts led by city, local organizations

Mayor Seth Fleetwood joins volunteers to remove invasive plants around Padden Creek for an Earth Day work party in Fairhaven Park on April 23.
Mayor Seth Fleetwood joins volunteers to remove invasive plants around Padden Creek for an Earth Day work party in Fairhaven Park on April 23. (Kyle Tubbs/Cascadia Daily News)
By Kyle Tubbs News Intern
The City of Bellingham hosted a volunteer work party at Fairhaven Park in celebration of Earth Day o

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