Benton County commissioners are to close a deal to buy almost 200 acres on Candy Mountain on May 6. Friends of Badger Mountain and the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office are funding the $1.25 million deal to ensure the summit remains a natural area and is open to the public.
Benton County commissioners are to close a deal to buy almost 200 acres on Candy Mountain on May 6. Friends of Badger Mountain and the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office are funding the $1.25 million deal to ensure the summit remains a natural area and is open to the public. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Benton County commissioners are to close a deal to buy almost 200 acres on Candy Mountain on May 6. Friends of Badger Mountain and the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office are funding the $1.25 million deal to ensure the summit remains a natural area and is open to the public. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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