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Funding secured for prime farm acreage in Puyallup River Valley

Pierce County has secured the final funding piece it needs to preserve 154 acres of farmland in the Puyallup River Valley and complete the largest farmland conservation project in the county’s history. Read the full article online or download the PDF ...
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Outdoor industry donates $30K to Yakima Canyon conservation

The conservation component of the Yakima Canyon Scenic Byway project got a $30,000 boost from the outdoor recreation industry this week. Download the PDF ...
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City People’s Garden Store first in King County not to sell invasives

City People's Garden Store in Seattle is taking seriously its commitment to the environment by pledging to stop selling any of the invasive plants or noxious weeds that appear on King County's Noxious Weed and plants of Concern lists, and urged other companies to do the same. Read the full ...
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Lobbying effort focuses on conservation fund

A coalition of conservation minded lobbyists is meeting this week with Washington state’s congressional delegation to support funding for a program that helped fund a Dewatto Forest conservation easement straddling the Kitsap-Mason county line. Read the full article online or download the PDF ...
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The anatomy of the Teanaway land purchase

For decades, conservationists and developers struggled to gain a foothold in the iconic watershed that may soon be one of Washington state’s largest ever land purchases. Read the full article online or download the PDF ...
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Squint and you can see more than Seaport Landing

You might look across the Chehalis River to south Aberdeen and see only the old docks and what’s left of what Weyerhaeuser left behind when it closed its sawmill. Captain Les Bolton looks across the river and sees Seaport Landing, a renewable forest of masts on ships of all sizes, ...
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