Dedicated to the citizens of Mason County, Washington since 1886

WDFW asks for public input

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking public comments on a draft management plan for South Puget Sound Wildlife Area.

The plan includes 5,790 acres spread across Mason, Kitsap, Pierce and Thurston counties. The plan will guide management and budgeting decisions for the area, which is a habitat for wildlife and has recreational options for people, according to Lauri Vigue, environmental planner for WDFW.

The plan is in a 30-day State Environmental Policy Act public comment period. The plan is at


Reader Comments(0)

Rendered 06/07/2024 05:48