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Documenting the abundance of the Skagit River

Oregon author bridges science, art, humanity in 'Soul of the Skagit'

Christian Murillo holds his recently released book, "Soul of the Skagit" at Little Mountain Park.
Christian Murillo holds his recently released book, "Soul of the Skagit" at Little Mountain Park in Mount Vernon. The book follows the path of the Skagit River from its source to where it flows into Puget Sound. The Bend, Oregon author spent about three years researching, interviewing, photographing and writing. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Audra Anderson Assistant Editor
The Skagit River is the definition of abundance — a domineering force of nature whose story begins
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