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Fishing expedition

Mary Vasey, left, from World Fishing Trust, and Alanna Worms, from WestWind SeaLab Supplies, collect bull kelp at Cattle Point which they will dehydrate and use for food for sea urchins in Seaquarium tanks they put together for elementary schools in the area.   - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Mary Vasey, left, from World Fishing Trust, and Alanna Worms, from WestWind SeaLab Supplies, collect bull kelp at Cattle Point which they will dehydrate and use for food for sea urchins in Seaquarium tanks they put together for elementary schools in the area.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

Mary Vasey, left, from World Fishing Trust, and Alanna Worms, from WestWind SeaLab Supplies, collect bull kelp at Cattle Point which they will dehydrate and use for food for sea urchins in Seaquarium tanks they put together for elementary schools in the area.

 

 

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