Black River Farm

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A four-year effort lead by Capitol Land Trust has conserved the 721-acre Black River Farm south of Littlerock, WA. The project ensures that one of the region’s largest and strategically most important farms will remain in production while conserving diverse wildlife habitat along the Black River.

http://www.capitollandtrust.org/pages/conservedland/Black-River-Farm.html

Notes

  • While not in the Puget Sound basin, it represents an example of complex agricultural and ecological mixed use in riparian zone.