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Saving a Treasured Mountainside for Fish, Wildlife and People

Jul 27th, 2018  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Saving a Treasured Mountainside for Fish, Wildlife and People

On Washington’s Lake Wenatchee, a 3,714-acre parcel of forested mountainside known as Nason Ridge rises above the lakeshore, surrounded almost entirely by the Okanogan National Forest. It is crisscrossed by a network of hiking, mountain-biking and cross-country skiing trails enjoyed by people from all over, and which link to an equally robust trail system in the neighboring Lake Wenatchee State Park.

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