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Five Skagit County sites are being considered for the next stage of the state’s Department of Natural Resources’ Carbon Project.

The project is looking to set aside a total of 10,000 acres of state land for conservation and carbon sequestration.


— Reporter Racquel Muncy: rmuncy@skagitpublishing.com, 360-416-2139, Twitter: @Racquel_SVH

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