From the Wild Steelhead Coalition:

“Washington Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz recently announced that the harvest of a 126-acre patch of timber along the Elwha River, known as the Power Plant Forest, has been canceled.”

“Sixty-nine acres of that patch of timber are also now part of the 2,000 acres of new state forestland proposed to be set aside for conservation as funded by the Climate Commitment Act.”

Be sure to follow the @wildsteelheadcoalition for more updates. To read more, check out this article from Isabella Breda at The Seattle Times. 

Check out the articles below:

Record Breaking Steelhead Caught In Idaho

Steelhead Coming to the Boise River


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