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Ducks Unlimited to honor Whitman County landowner

Bob Zorb walks on one of his properties above the Palouse River in Whitman County where he has planted trees and shrubs to restore wildlife habitat.  Zorb was named givent the 2013 private lands conservation award by Ducks Unlimited. (Rich Landers)
Bob Zorb walks on one of his properties above the Palouse River in Whitman County where he has planted trees and shrubs to restore wildlife habitat. Zorb was named givent the 2013 private lands conservation award by Ducks Unlimited. (Rich Landers)

CONSERVATION – The Spokane chapter of Ducks Unlimited will hold its annual fundraising banquet April 11 at the Lincoln Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Bob Zorb of Spokane and St. John, who was unable to travel for the national ceremony in Washington, D.C, will receive DU’s national private lands conservationist of the year award at this Spokane event.

Get tickets online at ducks.org/washington.




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