SEATTLE – Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch. This year, reversing a practice that’s been around longer than the park itself, park officials say they’ll no longer allow fish stocking in those mountain lakes – and will kill remaining fish – unless Congress tells them otherwise.
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