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Restoration event kicks off Olympic Pipeline Tragedy commemorations

25 years after devastating explosion, Whatcom Creek restoration continues

Emily Segura Maze, lower right, and nearly 70 volunteers pull up, cut and mulch invasive species along Whatcom Creek near Whatcom Falls Park on June 1 in Bellingham. The event was sponsored by the City of Bellingham, the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association and the Pipeline Safety Trust to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Olympic Pipeline Tragedy through story and stewardship along the banks of Whatcom Creek. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Annie Todd Criminal Justice/Enterprise Reporter
Along the banks of Whatcom Creek, 500 feet from Derby Pond, volunteers dug, pulled and cut invasive
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