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Add wildfire, climate change to the list of Lake Whatcom worries

Annual report to Bellingham, Whatcom County leaders shows little trend in pollution levels

A family of kayakers paddle their way through the lake.
A canoe traverses Lake Whatcom in May 2022. County and Bellingham city officials are adding climate action to the Lake Whatcom Management Plan's to-do list, starting in 2025. (Noah Harper/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Elected officials say Lake Whatcom is facing relatively new threats in 2024: wildfire and climate ch
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