Mashel River Salmon Restoration Site

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Date(s) - June 24, 2022
10:30 am - 12:00 pm


Celebrate the arrival of summer on June 24 by taking a leisurely walk through the forest to the Mashel River.  The walk takes place on land that was part of the original homestead of the family that settled the town of Eatonville which is now a salmon restoration site owned and operated by the Nisqually Land Trust.    Join the land trust’s Executive Director Jeanette Dorner on a visit to their 65-acre forested property on the Mashel River just downstream of Eatonville.   Take a twenty-minute walk through a mature second growth Douglas Fir Forest down to the river. See the recent salmon habitat restoration project on the river including tree plantings and engineered log jams.  


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