Twin Rivers Ranch Preserve has gotten a lot of attention over the past few months. In May, we reflected on the history of the land and our 10 years of environmental restoration. We also announced the planned removal of a failing bridge crossing Cranberry Creek. In August, those plans came to life and the bridge was successfully removed. Check out this three-day time-lapse of the removal process.
A huge thank you to Squaxin Island Tribe, Mason Conservation District, the United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, the Department of Ecology’s Terry Husseman Account, and Streamline Earthworks LLC for making this possible.
In November we hosted our first ever virtual event, Conservation Conservations: Twin Rivers Ranch Preserve. Conservation Director Laurence Reeves gave a wonderful presentation about the property. You can view the presentation below.