Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Raging River conservation easement

King County and the State of Washington are set to place 4,000 acres of forest land on the Raging River into conservation easement. It is part of a 7,000 acre state purchase in the watershed. The Raging River, one of the most productive tributaries of the Snoqualmie River and supports Steelhead, Coho, Chinook, and Cutthroat trout. The conservation easement would protect the land in the Raging's headwaters for perpetuity. See the King County website for more info here.

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