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Bivalve Bash & Mud Run

Washington's LEAF interns partake in a Puget Sound tradition.

Khadijah Michael, Tiffany Smith, Tiana Cruz and Erin Chalmers attended the Samish Bay Bivalve Bash to learn about shellfish and clean water in Puget Sound.

The Low-Tide Mud Run is a tradition at the annual Samish Bay Bivalve Bash.

LEAF intern Tiana Cruz, 16, competed in the Low-Tide Mud Run.

Tiana Cruz rests after finishing the race.

LEAF mentor Erin Chalmers also competed in the mud run.

LEAF intern Khadijah Michael tries raw oysters with members of Washington's Next Generation, a Conservancy group of young professionals.

Tiana Cruz also tried raw oysters.

LEAF mentor Erin Chalmers smiles for the camera.

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