Monday, March 10, 2008

Land deal preserves entrance corridor to Mount Rainier National Park

From the National Parks Traveler website:

"If you've ever entered Mount Rainier National Park's Nisqually Entrance via Ashford, Washington, you're well aware of the long corridor of trees you pass through. Now, thanks to the Nisqually Land Trust, you don't have to worry about those trees being reduced to stumps...."
The Nisqually Land Trust is a non-profit group whose members have invested hundreds of hours of volunteer time on a project that will provide direct benefits to Mount Rainier National Park and its visitors.

Update: Here's a more extensive article, with a map, in the Tacoma News Tribune.

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