projects

With each project we aim to provide sustainable economic opportunities for our rural towns while improving the health of our landscapes, we seek and promote a range of initiatives, including innovative green products, historic status reinvestment and enhancing the protection and restoration of unique natural resources. With each project, we seek to make an impact.

Darrington Wood Innovation Center

Darrington Wood Innovation Center

Darrington Wood Innovation Center (DWIC) is a collaboration between the Town of Darrington, Snohomish County and Forterra. It is a 94-acre campus that will house the next generation of high-tech wood product companies and to reinvigorate the wood products industry in the town, county and the Pacific Northwest ...
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Green Duwamish River Forterra

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Working collaboratively, with community, jurisdictions, agencies, nonprofits and businesses to improve and accelerate watershed-scale stormwater runoff management actions in the Green/Duwamish watershed. Supporting and enhancing the environment, human health and the economy ...
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Cross Laminated Timber

Cross Laminated Timber

Forterra recognizes potential in CLT and mass timber products and is leading a broad coalition to address the diverse needs of the state’s communities: workforce and residential housing for a growing urban population, employment in rural areas and improved health in public forests through responsible sourcing ...
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Skykomish River

Skykomish River

Forterra is working hard with public and private partners to stop the spread of knotweed and other invasive weeds on the Skykomish River, improving and enhancing water quality and wildlife habitat.  ...
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Morse Wildlife Preserve

Morse Wildlife Preserve

The Morse Wildlife Preserve was established in 1995 by a donation of land from Lloyd and Maxine Morse. Situated near the headwaters of the north fork of Muck Creek, the 238-acre preserve is a mosaic of conifer forest, wetlands, oak savanna, and prairie ...
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Riparian Restoration - Knotweed

Riparian Restoration – Knotweed

Forterra and partners are working with landowners to stop the spread of knotweed while reintroducing native plants. If you are a landowner living along one of the participating riparian buffers you can be part of this region-wide effort to restore healthy forests along our critical waterways. We may be able ...
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