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A school trip that was definitely fishy

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SAMMAMISH — Elementary students helped release several hundred  kokanee salmon fry into Ebright Creek earlier today as part of an effort to return the declining native salmon population to robust health.

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King County Exec Dow Constantine, Issaquah Mayor Ava Frisinger and students from Blackwell Elementary School release Kokanee salmon fry into Ebright Creek in Sammamish.

The release celebrates the completion of a culvert project that has tripled the amount of spawning area in Ebright Creek for returning adult fish, and allows the fish passage to Lake Sammamish downstream.


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