State Conservation Commission to tour Jefferson
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Boulton retired after 58 years on the Jefferson conservation district board, said Glenn Gately, water quality technician for the district.
The state commission members are traveling to the region to learn more about natural resource concerns in Jefferson County.
The conservation district has worked with landowners for more than 50 years. Projects have ranged from restoring native species to erosion control to protection of streams and salmon habitat while also maintaining working farms and forests.
Commissioners also will explore miles of salmon habitat and stream restoration along Andrews Creek, which empties into Puget Sound at Discovery Bay.
For more information about the tours or the dinner, phone Rosie Taylor, conservation district manager, at 360-385-4105.
Last modified: March 16. 2013 5:37PM