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.
Project Category: Conservation And Land Stewardship
The property is part of a larger restoration of critical habitat for salmon species in the Hood Canal watershed
The 33-acres are critical riparian zones and salmon habitat
The 14-acre land parcel is critical salmon habitat in the Puyallup River watershed
These 46 acres are critical for reducing flood damage and restoring riparian zones and salmon habitat
The City of Lake Forest Park gains rare lakefront property for public access
Skanska in Seattle to become first US construction company to offset year-long construction operations emissions through Forterra’s Evergreen Carbon Capture Tree Planting Program
Forterra conserves 44 acres of riparian habitat along the Yakima River that serves as important habitat for salmon and other migratory wildlife.
The property will remain farmland for the next generations of farmers