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Can a new plan for the wash that runs between Redlands and Highland protect flowers, animals and mining?

The 4,800 acres where the Santa Ana River has rolled out of the steep mountains and meandered through flat, scrubby eastern San Bernardino Valley is rare, government agencies, conservationists and miners would agree. Owned and managed by a patchwork of interests, until now there has been no unifying plan to balance the need for aggregate, groundwater recharge and habitat for endangered species, all of which have limited placement options.
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