The greenback found in Bear Creek was introduced in the 1880's, but it has the purest genetic code...This is why bridges, anti-erosion measures and sediment containment are crucial to preserve the population of whirling disease-free greenbacks. I, for one, will volunteer to work on this. Planting of native shrubs and vines will help in areas with gravel concerns.
I am truly interested in how this will evolve, I am hoping bridges and gravel containment can be done with the whole community.
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