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Conserving wildlife habitat, agricultural and forest lands, scenic open space, wetlands, and shorelines for the benefit of our community and as a legacy for future generations.

Jackman Creek Stewardship

Aug 2017 4

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Please join Skagit Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy along the Skagit River and the confluence of Jackman Creek just east of Concrete, WA. All ages welcome!

Come out and visit this beautiful shoreline proerty, check out all of the native plants and keep your eyes and ears open for a great variety of birds.

Details: Skagit Land Trust assisted The Nature Conservancy in acquiring this 26-acre property along the Skagit River several years ago, earlier in 2017, TNC transferred this and 8 other properties to Skagit Land Trust as a fee owned Conservation Area.

To ensure this riparian forest remains healthy and diverse we will work to remove invasive plant species throughout the conservation area, complementing other on-site restoration work to ensure the 2,700 feet of forested shoreline along the Skagit River and Jackman Creek continues to support habitat for salmon and other wildlife into the future.

Bring: Water, work appropriate clothes and footwear (hiking boots), and a sack lunch to enjoy along Jackman Creek. Work gloves and tools will be provided.

RSVP: Parking is limited along Highway 20 so carpooling is highly encouraged. Contact to RSVP and coordinate to ride or drive. Please RSVP by August 1, 2017. 

Directions: Drive east on Hwy 20.  Pass through Concrete, WA.  Shortly thereafter, between MPs 91 & 92 and after passing Van Horn Lane, pull over onto the south shoulder of Hwy 20 and park. Look for a Skagit Land Trust  sign and other vehicles!

 Jackman Creeks flows into Skagit River


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