Conserved in 2011
- 92 acres of forested wetlands and uplands adjacent to the Bayfield Gull Harbor Conservation Easement.
- The property’s forests consist of a diverse mix of western red-cedar, Douglas-fir, western hemlock, big leaf maple, grand fir, Oregon ash and red alder. The property also includes wetlands and riparian corridors hosting diverse populations of aquatic microorganisms, invertebrates and amphibians.
- The conservation easement contains an unnamed spring-fed tributary to Gull Harbor that has the potential to provide important habitat for salmonids.
Thank you to the following partners:
- Stephen Connor and Judith Greer
- Bayfield Resources Company
- Squaxin Island Tribe
- WA State Recreation and Conservation Office – Salmon Recovery Funding Board
CLT Strategic Conservation Goals Achieved:
- Conserve wetlands, riparian areas, and associated upland forests.
- Conserve working lands.