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Lance-Leaved Stonecrop, Sedum lanceolatum, a native Northwest perennial that frequents dry to moist and rocky areas from low to subalpine elevations.  The Chewuch River runs high with spring snowmelt as it plunges from the Pasayten Wilderness in the North Cascade Mountains toward the Methow River at the village of Winthrop, where the two merge to drain throught the Methow Valley to the mighty Columbia at Lake Pateros.
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