Join DNR staff Tuesday, May 17 to share your experiences with target shooting in Tahuya State Forest. Tuesday’s meeting will be one of four meetings intended to provide opportunities for recreationists, nearby homewoenrs, and the public to weigh in with their input on target shooting in Capitol, Tahuya, Harry Osborne, and Yacolt Burn state forests.
With a growing number of homes near state lands and more people out enjoying Washington’s great outdoors, DNR wants to work with the public to identify the best way to provide opportunities for target shooting on state lands while increasing public safety and maintaining other vital uses of state lands.
Tuesday, May 17
North Mason High School Cafeteria
150 E North Mason School Road
Belfair, WA 98528
- Tuesday, May 31 at the Water Resources Education Center, 4600 SE Columbia Way, Vancouver, WA 98661
- Wednesday, June 1 at the Burlington-Edison High School Cafeteria, 301 N. Burlington Blvd., Burlington, WA 98233
- Thursday, June 2 at The Evergreen State College Longhouse Education and Cultural Center, 2800 Dogtooth Lane NW, Olympia, WA 98505
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Recreation on DNR-managed lands
DNR-managed lands provide more than 1,100 miles of trails and 160-plus recreation sites on a variety of landscapes throughout Washington state. Many recreation areas are located on state trust lands, which are managed for environmental stewardship with the primary responsibility of providing revenue for public institutions, such as K-12 schools. Learn more on our website.
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