RESTORING THE FOREST: Restoration project aims to improve recreation and nature

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Zoe Van Duivenbode, via The Nature Conservancy

Tapash Sustainable Forest Collaborative work in the Little Naches received recent coverage by the Yakima Herald.

Outdoor recreation enthusiasts in the Little Naches area can expect to see evidence of critical work to improve the area for everyone over the next year. Restoration, logging and road repairs will cause a few disruptions, most notably the closure of Forest Road 1900 at Fawn Creek bridge in July. Forest Service recreation manager Jerry Ford knows more people than ever are heading outside with limited options elsewhere, so keeping areas accessible when possible will be a priority.

Yakima Herald. June 12, 2020.

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