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Clark Fork Delta restoration work continues

Katherine Cousins, Idaho Department of Fish and Game biologist, walks through the $6 million Clark Fork Delta restoration project, Aug, 25, 2015 near Clark Fork, Id. Starting in mid-June, youth crews from the Idaho Conservation Corp will be camping at the Clark Fork Drift Yard while they assist the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in seeding, planting, weeding and monitoring efforts in the delta, according to an IDFG news release. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
Katherine Cousins, Idaho Department of Fish and Game biologist, walks through the $6 million Clark Fork Delta restoration project, Aug, 25, 2015 near Clark Fork, Id. Starting in mid-June, youth crews from the Idaho Conservation Corp will be camping at the Clark Fork Drift Yard while they assist the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in seeding, planting, weeding and monitoring efforts in the delta, according to an IDFG news release. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

Starting in mid-June, youth crews from the Idaho Conservation Corp will be camping at the Clark Fork Drift Yard while they assist the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in seeding, planting, weeding and monitoring efforts in the delta, according to an IDFG news release.

Crews will stay and work at the delta until Thursday, then from July 22 to 26, and Aug. 19 to 23. Restoration work on White and Derr islands begins in August.

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