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Volunteers to turn Lummi Island gravel mine into a forest

Teams will plant hundreds of trees this weekend

A flattened and cleaned land next to the rocky beaches.
The Lummi Island Heritage Trust has been working to restore land in and around an old gravel mine since 2015. Now, the group will plant more than 800 trees and bushes in the mine floor to turn it into a forest. (Photo courtesy of Edmund Lowe Photography)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
An old gravel mine on Lummi Island will be filled with trees and turned into a forest, thanks to hel
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