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Millions slated for wildlife overpass in Skagit County

Project would decrease elk-vehicle collisions, protect treaty resources

Congressman Rick Larsen speaks to a crowd at the site selected for the Red Cabin Creek Wildlife Overpass Project.
Congressman Rick Larsen speaks at the site selected for the Red Cabin Creek Wildlife Overpass Project in Skagit County on Jan. 26. He was joined by representatives from the Stillaguamish Tribe, Upper Skagit Tribe, Lummi Nation, Tulalip Tribes, Sauk-Suiattle Tribe, WSDOT, Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, Skagit Land Trust and Skagit Valley College and Conservation Northwest. (Photo courtesy of Office of Rep. Rick Larsen)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
More than $8 million has been tagged for the Red Cabin Creek Wildlife Overpass Project slated to pro
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