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Tukes Mountain Land Acquisition

Status
Funded in 2009
WWRP Applicant: Clark County WWRP Category: Urban Wildlife WWRP Grant: $14,925 Applicant Match: $227,750 Project Type: Acquisition County: Clark  Legislative District: 18th 

The proposal was for Clark County to use this funding to purchase approximately 25 acres of forest land located on Tukes Mountain. However after appraisals were completed, the landowner declined to sell their property at this time. Clark County requests that this project be closed.

RCO Project Number: 06-1940

Location

From Battle Ground City Hall, located at 109 SW 1st Street, Battle Ground, WA, drive east on SW 1st Street toward Parkway Avenue. Turn left of S Parkway Avenue. Turn right to stay on E Main Street. East Main Street becomes NE 219th Street. After .3 miles, 15500 NE 219th Street will be on the left hand side.

Red Marker Tukes Mountain Land Acquisition
The proposal was for Clark County to use this funding to purchase approximately 25 acres of forest land located on Tukes Mountain. However after appraisals were completed, the landowner declined to sell their property at this time. Clark County requests that this project be closed.
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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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