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B1. Johns Creek Trail riparian restoration
B2. Nurse log
B3. Oakland Bay salt marsh restoration
B4. Garry oak restoration
- Capitol Land Trust secures 2 Eld Inlet properties for conservation. The Olympian, 2021.
- Saving the Salmon in the Skookumchuck. WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, 2020.
- Land trust begins restoration work on parcel that includes winding Skookumchuck River. The Olympian, 2020.
- Capitol Land Trust is opening some sites to the public. Let’s treat them with respect. The Olympian, 2019
- Volunteering on MLK Day? Around here, that often means pulling weeds. The Olympian, 2019
- New Executive Director Named for Capitol Land Trust. Thurston Talk, 2018
- Capitol Land Trust, CHOICE High students unveil interpretive trail at Hilburn Preserve. iFIBEROne News, 2018
- In 2017, CLT moved the historic craftsman-style farmhouse from Twin Rivers Ranch Preserve in Shelton to Sequim, WA. Read more here:
- Capitol Land Trust Buys Darlin Creek Preserve. Tacoma Daily Index, 2016
- Shelton students learn outdoors in ‘living classroom’. iFiberone News Radio, 2016.