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Sport fishing group funds Sitka watershed restoration

SITKA, ALASKA A forty-year old clearcut along the Sitka road system is undergoing extensive thinning this summer.
The effort to cut and harvest second-growth timber in the Starrigavan Valley is being funded in part by a consortium of conservation groups, led by the national sportfishing advocacy organization Trout Unlimited.
KCAW’s Robert Woolsey met recently with representatives of the US Forest Service and Trout Unlimited to talk about this unusual partnership:
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