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  • VIDEO: Mazama Pocket Gophers at historic Bush Prairie Farm

    Taking a walk along his property Nov. 11th, Bush Prairie Farm co-owner Mark Clark points out some of the visual signs of the Mazama Pocket Gophers including slight ground depressions intermingled with the many mole hills located at the farm. A developer interested in purchasing part of the farm has proposed buying land that would never be developed at the historic Bush homestead.

Taking a walk along his property Nov. 11th, Bush Prairie Farm co-owner Mark Clark points out some of the visual signs of the Mazama Pocket Gophers including slight ground depressions intermingled with the many mole hills located at the farm. A developer interested in purchasing part of the farm has proposed buying land that would never be developed at the historic Bush homestead. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Taking a walk along his property Nov. 11th, Bush Prairie Farm co-owner Mark Clark points out some of the visual signs of the Mazama Pocket Gophers including slight ground depressions intermingled with the many mole hills located at the farm. A developer interested in purchasing part of the farm has proposed buying land that would never be developed at the historic Bush homestead. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

Love or hate ‘em, landowners learn to live with pocket gophers

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    After spending five months at the Lewis County Animal Shelter for falsely being considered dangerous, Hank the dog was finally allowed to return to his loving home.