One of the most bountiful inlets in greater Puget Sound is highlighted in the Seattle Times this week, as an article in the Pacific Northwest Magazine focuses on the successful partnerships protecting Dabob Bay: On Dabob Bay, man and nature nurture preservation
Some of the watershed is DNR-managed forested state trust lands, but much of the forests that surround the bay are part of the Dabob Bay Natural Area, also managed by the agency.
Over the past 30 years, DNR has worked with public and private partners to protect and restore elements of the Dabob Bay ecosystem, including forest, estuary and tideland habitats and marine waters. Roughly 1,200 acres currently are part of the natural area. Check out the Seattle Times article for the story of this conservation partnership.
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