Land trust secures key corridor property near entrance of Mount Rainier NP
The Nisqually Land Trust announced Wednesday the successful completion of a 2,500-acre, $10.5 million wildlife corridor connecting local, state and federally protected lands near the main entrance to Mount Rainier National Park.
The Land Trust completed the corridor with the purchase of 520 acres of environmentally sensitive land in Washington's Pierce County from the Hancock Timber Resource Group. The purchase was one of the largest in the Land Trust’s history.
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