Anderson Island

  • Land Protected: 17.6 acres
  • Shoreline Protected: 0.2 mile
  • Protection Timeline: 2016 (17.6 acres)
  • Conservation Values: Nearshore fish and wildlife habitats, including tidelands. protected coastal shoreline and marine riparian forest
  • Property Overview: The Land Trust provided financial assistance to Forterra and the Anderson Island Parks and Recreation District for acquisition of  an addition to the Jacobs Point Park on Anderson Island. This park is owned and managed by the Parks District.
  • Conservation Partners: Forterra; Anderson Island Parks and Recreation District; Pierce County Conservation Futures; Washington Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account; Environmental Mitigation Trust; donors
  • Property Guidelines: Learn more about Jacobs Point Park on the Anderson Island Parks and Recreation District website.