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June 13, 2013 in Washington Voices
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Walt Edelin of the Spokane County Conservation District views the shoreline control project at a Newman Lake waterfront home Tuesday.

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The shoreline reinforcement project at a Newman Lake cabin stops the shore from disappearing under it, as seen Tuesday. The Spokane County Conservation District secured a grant to lay “bio logs” of coconut husks wrapped in netting and plant “whips” of willow trees and other waterside species to create a “root matrix” that will stabilize the shoreline.

Walt Edelin views the shoreline reinforcement project at a Newman Lake home Tuesday.