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Floating ban on the South Fork Nooksack River being considered

Floating activity impacts chinook salmon, data shows

People in various colored kayaks paddle through the South Fork Nooksack River.
People begin a float down the South Fork Nooksack River near the Acme Bridge in July 2022. The Whatcom County Council is again considering a floating ban on the watershed to protect chinook salmon. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By David Nuñez News Intern
Whatcom County is considering a flotation prohibition on South Fork Nooksack River once again, poten
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