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Editorial points to success of Wildlife & Recreation Program

Spokane County Parks Director Doug Chase takes a picture from the top of Antoine Peak just north of the Spokane Valley. The county is hoping to buy a 1,000-acre piece of land to preserve the wildllife and make it available to non-motorized use. (J. Bart Rayniak)
Spokane County Parks Director Doug Chase takes a picture from the top of Antoine Peak just north of the Spokane Valley. The county is hoping to buy a 1,000-acre piece of land to preserve the wildllife and make it available to non-motorized use. (J. Bart Rayniak)

CONSERVATION — If you use parks, trails or public open spaces in Spokane County, you have been a beneficiary of the Washington Wildlife & Recreation Program. (Click on this link and check out the more than impressive projects list under “campaigns.”)

It's a state program worth funding, as today's S-R editorial points out.




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