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Volcanic ash and animal health concerns Public Deposited

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  • Having an active volcano in your back yard is a new experience for people in the Pacific Northwest and periodic dusting with volcanic ash may be anticipated for an unknown period of time. This is causing much consternation and many problems for both people and animal residents of a wide area.
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