Before the breach of levees and dikes on Monday along Leque Island (left), the Stillaguamish River winds past Stanwood (upper right). (Chuck Taylor / The Herald)

Before the breach of levees and dikes on Monday along Leque Island (left), the Stillaguamish River winds past Stanwood (upper right). (Chuck Taylor / The Herald)

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‘Camano will feel a lot more like an island’ as of this week

Leque Island west of Stanwood has been restored to a salt marsh to benefit salmon, birds and people.

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