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Cowlitz River Acquisition (Eaton)

Status
Funded in 2009
WWRP Applicant: Longview WWRP Category: Water Access WWRP Grant: $2,350 Applicant Match: $2,350 Project Type: Acquisition County: Cowlitz  Legislative District: 19th 

Longview will use this grant to buy 2.2 acres for a non-motorized, hand launch to the Cowlitz River near downtown Longview. The land is next to existing city parkland and eliminates the risk of incompatible development if sold. The area will provide the only non-motorized water access along the Cowlitz River on the 16 miles between Castle Rock and the Columbia River.

RCO Project Number: 08-1417

Location

I-5 south to Exit #39; Turn right (west) onto SR-4 / Allen St; Cross over the Cowlitz River; Turn left (south) onto SR-411 / 1st Avenue; Subject property adjacent to and south of Stewart Title Company (1826 1st Ave).

Red Marker Cowlitz River Acquisition (Eaton)
Longview will use this grant to buy 2.2 acres for a non-motorized, hand launch to the Cowlitz River near downtown Longview. The land is next to existing city parkland and eliminates the risk of incompatible development if sold. The area will provide the only non-motorized water access along the Cowlitz River on the 16 miles between Castle Rock and the Columbia River.
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What is the WWRP?

The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is a state grant program that creates and conserves local and state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms. The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office administers WWRP grants, and the legislature funds the program.

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