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December 2, 2013 in City
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In Finch Arboretum, from left, Angel Spell, an urban forester with the Spokane Parks and Recreation Department; Kacey Burke, a Spokane Parks and Recreation gardener; Kat Hall, environmental health program director with the Lands Council; and Walt Edelen, water resources program manager with the Spokane Conservation District, are working on plans to make Garden Springs Creek more habitable for fish.