Conserved in 2009
- 30 acres adjacent to the Capitol State Forest, providing habitat connectivity to both the McLane Creek and the Eld Inlet watersheds.
- Connectivity with Capitol State Forest allows more space for species that require large areas for hunting, feeding, rest and travel.
- 15 of the acres consist of a mix of forested wetlands and forested uplands, containing a diverse mix of western redcedar, Douglas fir, western hemlock, bigleaf maple, grand fir, and alder. The other 15 acres are hay-producing agricultural lands.
Thank you to the following partners:
- Anne Appleby
- 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.