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State considering Lynch Cove land

 

November 10, 2022

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The state Department of Fish and Wildlife's Lynch Cove project could include buying four separate worksites in the Union River Unit of the South Puget Sound Wildlife Area. Five different landowners own the acreage near the intersection of state Routes 3 and 106.

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking public comment on the proposed purchase of up to 64 acres on Lynch Cove south of Theler Wetlands to promote fish and wildlife conservation and public access.

The department's Lynch Cove project could include four separate worksites in the Union River Unit of the South Puget Sound Wildlife Area. Five different landowners own the acreage near the intersection of state Routes 3 and 106.

Conserving the property would help estuarine habitat that contains summer chum, Puget Sound steelhead, and a large concentration of waterfowl, the department...



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