The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network is preparing to install new rainwater catchment cisterns around its headquarters near the western end of Samuel P. Taylor State Park, as it sets out on an agreement with the National Park Service over developing a temporary irrigation system to ensure the longevity of newly planted vegetation.

The agreement, financed partly . . .

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