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Jacquie Hedrick's Baranof Elementary kindergarten class watches an Air Station Sitka H-60 Jayhawk sling load fertilizer to Redoubt Lake for the U.S. Forest Service on Wednesday. The fertilizer is used to help sustain the red salmon fishery in Redoubt Lake. (USCG photo by Lt. David Birky)

Jacquie Hedrick’s Baranof Elementary kindergarten class watches an Air Station Sitka H-60 Jayhawk sling load fertilizer to Redoubt Lake for the U.S. Forest Service on Wednesday. The fertilizer is used to help sustain the red salmon fishery in Redoubt Lake. (USCG photo by Lt. David Birky)

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