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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Chuckanut Conservancy starts new blog

The Chuckanut Conservancy, based in Bellingham, WA, is dedicated to the protection and restoration of the unique wildlands in the Chuckanuts-to-Cascades region of Northwest Washington. And it just opened a new BLOG!

Currently, they're actively working to secure protection for all or most of Blanchard Mountain, a rare example of a large and relatively intact coastal forest. In fact, Blanchard and the Chuckanuts represent the largest remaining block of maturing, publicly owned forest on the entire eastern shore of the greater Puget Sound. This area is a unique part of the greater North Cascades ecosystem and as such N3C supports the work of The Chuckanut Conservancy and invites you to subscribe to their new blog.

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