Wilcox Reach: The River at its Most Dynamic - In November, the Land Trust acquired 9.86 acres and one-third mile of salmon-producing shoreline at the confluence of the Nisqually River and Toboton Creek. And we were hustling to remove a small log cabin before winter floods washed it into the river. The property is located in the Wilcox Reach,... Read more"Wilcox Reach: The River at its Most Dynamic"
Land Trust Receives Historic Mount Rainier Property - The Walker Family, whose deep ties to Washington State and Mount Rainier National Park go back to the turn of the twentieth century, has donated to the Land Trust a historic 14-acre property near the park’s main gate. Situated along Highway 706, the property’s towering fir and cedar trees have... Read more"Land Trust Receives Historic Mount Rainier Property"
“It’s Your Community” Interview with Joe Kane. - Our Executive Director Joe Kane was a guest on Dick Pust’s “It’s Your Community” where Dick talks over local issues with the people who know the most about them. You can listen to his interview here.
Return to the Salish Sea - David Troutt, a salmon biologist and Director of Natural Resources for the Nisqually Tribe, was recently featured on KNKX as part of their Return to the Salish Sea series. The audio is available here: http://knkx.org/…/return-salish-sea-salmon-biologist-david-… To learn more about Return to the Salish Sea visit:http://apps.knkx.org/SalishSea/
Carbon Credits To Fund Restoration Of Nisqually Land Trust Via California Exchange - Microsoft is helping to preserve forests at the foot of Mount Rainier by investing in the potential of trees and restored forests to soak up carbon pollution. The value of absorbed greenhouse gas emissions will be set through California’s cap-and-trade exchange and the income used to grow the asset, through... Read more"Carbon Credits To Fund Restoration Of Nisqually Land Trust Via California Exchange"
Nisqually Valley News: Nisqually Land Trust Buys Shoreline Propert - The Nisqually Land Trust has partnered with Forterra and the Anderson Island Park District to acquire some of the last remaining undeveloped shoreline property along Puget Sound — 17.6 acres that will be added to Jacobs Point Park on Anderson Island, within the Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve. For the whole... Read more"Nisqually Valley News: Nisqually Land Trust Buys Shoreline Propert"