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Poop Smart Clark program aims to reduce fecal bacteria in Clark County’s waterways

Clark Conservation District project takes aim at contamination from livestock, people and pets

By , Columbian staff writer
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Clark Conservation District hopes to help folks in Clark County "poop smarter" with its new outreach program and website, Poop Smart Clark, www.poopsmartclark.org. The goal is to reduce fecal bacteria in local waterways like Brezee Creek, above, and the East Fork of the Lewis River.
Clark Conservation District hopes to help folks in Clark County "poop smarter" with its new outreach program and website, Poop Smart Clark, www.poopsmartclark.org. The goal is to reduce fecal bacteria in local waterways like Brezee Creek, above, and the East Fork of the Lewis River. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Clark Conservation District loves bathroom humor.

This local agency has really gone down the toilet. Its new program, Poop Smart Clark, offers a poop-ton of information about how to properly dispose of human and animal waste.

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