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March 11, 2009 in City
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Idaho Fish and Game mitigation staff biologist Katherine Cousins talks about the restoration plans of the Pack River Delta, east of Sandpoint. The Pack River Delta has been in distress for a long time because of the fluctuation of Lake Pend Oreille, which has eroded most of it away.

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Idaho Fish and Game mitigation staff biologist Katherine Cousins makes her way through the mud of the Pack River Delta, east of Sandpoint.

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Idaho Fish and Game mitigation staff biologist Katherine Cousins works to save the willows that were recently planted in the Pack River Delta, east of Sandpoint.

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Idaho Fish and Game mitigation staff biologist Katherine Cousins works to save the willows that were recently planted in the Pack River Delta, east of Sandpoint.

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Tree roots on the Pack River Delta.

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Frank Reckendorf, a consultant from Oregon, talks about the log structure he designed for the restoration of the Pack River Delta.

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Work continues at the Pack River Delta, which included these log structures that will act as a screen for river debris.