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Locals look to help Barnes Brook

WORK LAST SUMMER by Addison County River Watch Collaborative installed a buffer on the bank of Barnes Brook in Middlebury that helps keep runoff from polluting the brook. Photo courtesy of Matt Witten

The community forum inside the warmth of the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society (CVUUS) on Tuesday evening provided more than a respite from the cool, wet weather outside: It offered those who attended an opportunity to get to know better one of their quieter neighbors, the nearby Barnes Brook. 

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