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Pullman adopts stream conservation project; holds festival Sept. 17

CONSERVATION -- Pullman is working with private landowners and students to beautify and maintain the several that flow through the Palouse town.

The Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute in partnership with the City of Pullman will kick off the Pullman Adopt-A-Stream Program during the Three Forks River Rendezvous. This community festival Saturday (Sept. 17)  from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Pine Street Plaza in downtown Pullman.

The events features games, music and information about the new program. Paradise Creek, South Fork Palouse River, Dry Fork Creek and Missouri Flat Creek flow through the City of Pullman and have been divided into "adoptable" stream segments.

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