Conserved in 2023
- Over 20 acres of native vegetation, notably tall western redcedars and hardwoods like Oregon ash.
- 2,000 feet of a perennial stream skirts the western edge of the property and drains into Puget Sound where it creates a small estuary.
- 400 feet of Puget Sound shoreline and 1.6 acres of tidelands on Hammersley Inlet near Shelton, WA.
- This watershed is a high priority for salmon recovery. Chum, coho, steelhead, and coastal cutthroat trout use the marine nearshore habitat as they migrate.
- Habitat for migratory waterfowl, songbirds, shorebirds, and marine mammals.
Thank you to the following partners:
- Barb Crowell and Dave Krawchuk
CLT Strategic Conservation Goal Achieved:
- Marine shorelines and estuaries
- Wetlands, rivers, streams and the forests that surround them
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