“Big vision” paying off for effort to protect 7,000 acres

Channeled through dozens of outdoor recreation and environmental groups, government agencies and local tribes, momentum has been building for more than a decade to buy and preserve nearly 7,000 forested acres stretching from Kingston to Port Gamble and up north to Hansville. The effort, known as the Kitsap Forest & Bay Project, hit its stride last year with two big purchases that turned 900 acres of private timberland into public parkland.

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