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Collman helped start program 40 years ago

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Entomologist Sharon Collman looks at the bugs she found under a rock near
the WSU Snohomish County Extension office during a recent bug hunt. (Photo
by Mark Mulligan, Everett Herald)
 
 

By Andrea Brown, Everett Herald
 
EVERETT, Wash. – Sharon Collman isn’t afraid of bugs. She’s afraid of not having enough bugs.

The good, the bad and some really ugly ones end up pinned on display boards at her WSU Snohomish County Extension office in Everett.

Read the complete article from the Everett Herald at http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20130918/LIVING03/709189946

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