Ever visited Upright Channel Day-Use and Beach Access?
The popular DNR-managed site on Lopez Island is looking its best after DNR staff and Washington Conservation Corps crews completed a major invasive species removal to English holly growing there.
DNR’s silviculture (tree planting) program manages DNR forest landscapes, for products and ecosystem services, such as wildlife habitat and water quality.
This project follows efforts from DNR’s dedicated volunteers. Upright Channel work party volunteers have helped to remove rotting railroad ties, trim vegetation and do general site clean-up to the beach-access site.
Upright Channel is a 20-acre day-use park, which includes trails, beach access and a picnic area.
For more information, visit DNR’s recreation Web page.
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