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WHATCOM LAND TRUST PROTECTS
11.5 ACRES IN THE DRAYTON HARBOR WATERSHED

PRESS RELEASE
For immediate release July 11, 2017

On June 30th, 2017 the Whatcom Land Trust, working with a number of partners, announced the purchase of 11.5 acres of the California Creek Estuary, located in the Drayton Harbor Watershed. According to Whatcom Land Trust Conservation Director Gabe Epperson, “The California Creek Estuary property is a critical link in protection of bird and salmon species in northern Washington. This property includes the mouth of the estuary and thus is a vital link to Drayton Harbor and the protection of its tidelands and vulnerable wetlands ecosystems.” Read More

Northern Light Press Article

Read Bellingham Herald Article

Find Out More About Estuaries.



Whatcom Land Trust conserves the special places of Whatcom County: park lands, fish & wildlife habitat, and farm lands.  

 


 

 

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