Sarah Krieg (left), sands a cut of wood that was harvested from an old walnut tree that had been recently removed on the Snohomish High School campus. Krieg and other students at the school are working to create a sofa and table from the salvaged lumber. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Sarah Krieg (left), sands a cut of wood that was harvested from an old walnut tree that had been recently removed on the Snohomish High School campus. Krieg and other students at the school are working to create a sofa and table from the salvaged lumber. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

New life for old Snohomish High walnut tree

Students crafted furniture, to be sold at fundraiser Saturday, from a former fixture on the campus.

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