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Ten-Year Anniversary of the Hoh River Project

Apr 29th, 2014  |  Written by Rachel Roscoe

Ten-Year Anniversary of the Hoh River Project

The Hoh River is one of the most beautiful and biologically diverse river corridors in the country. Ten years ago, WRC set out to purchase and conserve all the unprotected riverlands between Olympic National Park (which protects the headwaters and upper river) and the Pacific Ocean. The result is a nearly unbroken riverland sanctuary for fish, wildlife and people reaching from the headwaters to the coast. In partnership with the Wild Salmon Center, WRC created the Hoh River Trust, which now manages the land to ensure this majestic river remains healthy for fish and wildlife and open to the public. Here’s to another 10 years!

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Three More Properties Conserved on the Hoh River

May 1st, 2010  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Three More Properties Conserved on the Hoh River

A decade into our work on the Hoh River, we reached a major milestone with 7,000 acres protected. However, Western Rivers Conservancy is not finished protecting strategic properties and habitat along the Hoh, the finest salmon stream in the Lower Forty-Eight.

Today, WRC conserved three more properties totaling 60 acres and conveyed the land to the Hoh River Trust....

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