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Clark County to buy 10-acre parcel to benefit wetland project at 78th Street Heritage Farm

Property part of headwaters for Cougar Creek

By , Columbian staff writer
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The Clark County Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the purchase of a nearly 10-acre parcel of land on the east side of the 78th Street Heritage Farm.

The property is part of the headwaters for Cougar Creek. Preserving this land as a natural area will benefit the wetlands preservation project planned for the 78th Street Heritage Farm, said Rocky Houston, division manager for Public Works parks and lands division.

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