Twenty high school students from Goodwill’s Youth Aerospace Job Training program teamed up with the Adopt A Stream Foundation in August 8 to help with maintenance of 4,000 newly planted trees and shrubs next to Hayho Creek near Marysville. (Contributed photo)

Twenty high school students from Goodwill’s Youth Aerospace Job Training program teamed up with the Adopt A Stream Foundation in August 8 to help with maintenance of 4,000 newly planted trees and shrubs next to Hayho Creek near Marysville. (Contributed photo)

Teens lend a helping hand for young trees, salmon

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