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Welcome to the DNR aquatic lands update. This quarterly e-newsletter is intended to provide information about state-owned aquatic lands, stewardship measures DNR is implementing to protect our aquatic lands, and emerging issues that affect them. We hope you enjoy this update and share it with your friends and colleagues!
pscRestoring Puget Sound while providing jobs  

Commissioner of Public Lands, Peter Goldmark and other officials kicked-off the Puget SoundCorps, Thursday, November 10, 2011. Goldmark honored returning veterans and young adults for removing invasive weeds and replanting hundreds of native plants at the nine-acre Gog-le-hi-te wetland park in Tacoma.

nisquallyCommissioner Goldmark designates Nisqually Reach as an official Aquatic Reserve
Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark officially adopted Nisqually Reach as an Aquatic Reserve. The 14,000 acres of state-owned aquatic lands in the reserve will now have an official management plan that will facilitate future uses of the site.

videoDNR Aquatic Reserve video chosen as finalist in film festival 

In partnership with 5th Life Productions, The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), was able to co-produce a short video on Washington's fifth designated aquatic reserve within Puget Sound-Smith and Minor Islands



Washington State Department of Natural Resources
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