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Americorps members find meaning in guiding youth, environmental stewardship

Common Threads Farm, Girl Scouts and Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group have benefitted

Common Threads Garden Program Manager Sarah Wheatley, an AmeriCorps member, talks with Sumas Elementary Principal Sarah Condreay during a March 16 construction project at the school in Sumas. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ava Ronning News Intern
From helping youth problem-solve to leaving the planet better than they found it, local AmeriCorps m
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