State Recognizes Nisqually Land Trust for Mashel Project —

State Recognizes Nisqually Land Trust for Mashel Project

Nisqually Valley News

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The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office has given its Bravo Award to the Nisqually Land Trust for its visionary project to protect the shoreline and salmon habitat on the Mashel River in Eatonville.

The land trust’s project was the top ranked project in the riparian protection category of the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program, according to a press release from the Recreation and Conservation Office.


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