Conserved in 2020
- This 74-acre conservation easement protects 4,600 feet of the Skookumchuck River, which flows into the Chehalis River.
- This stretch of river provides habitat for spring and fall Chinook salmon, coho salmon, and winter steelhead. Waterfowl use both the river and adjacent wetlands. A variety of large mammals utilize the property, particularly elk.
- Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife plans to do extensive restoration on this strategic property.
Thank you to the following partners:
- Geoffrey and Lorna Mueller
- Office of Chehalis Basin
- WA Recreation & Conservation Office
- Thurston Conservation District
- WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
- WA Dept. of Ecology
CLT Strategic Conservation Goal Achieved:
- Conserve wetlands, riparian areas, and associated upland forests.
- Conserve prairie and oak woodlands.
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