Future of semi-public lands in Washington

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  1. klintd

    klintd Member

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    Here is a couple links that describe potential Central Cascades land exchanges that may take place this year.

    Washington has a bunch of semi-public land (timber company, DNR, etc), if you enjoy being able to use these lands (fishing, hunting, hiking, camping) the follwing links may be of interest to you.

    Both links are published by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.

    http://www.rmef.org/Conservation/HowWeWork/Landscapes/Initiatives/Washington/Washington.htm

    http://www.rmef.org/Conservation/HowWeWork/Landscapes/Initiatives/Washington/Cascades Help.htm
     
  2. nathanj

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    Thanks for the info. This would probably be of interest in the main fly fishing forum as well.