Watershed Restoration Funded for Washington, Oregon Forests
"We hope to see lots of work this summer on the Olympic and the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests."
- Bonnie Phillips, Olympic Forest Coalition spokesperson
Olympia, Washington, USA - National forest lands in Washington and Oregon will get federal funding to help restore critical and endangered watersheds.
Oregon will receive approximately $4.7 million and Washington will get $3.46 million, which is part of the $39.46 million the federal government will distribute to national forests across the country as part of the Legacy Roads and Trails Remediation Initiative.