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Public meeting June 20 in Mason County on possible shooting range for Tahuya State Forest
June 17, 2017




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(BELFAIR, WA.)  --  In May of last year the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invited target shooters, recreationists, nearby homeowners and the public to join in discussions that spring about how to best manage target shooting in some state forests.

The agency announced that month a series of public meetings that would offer state residents a chance to weigh in with their views on how DNR can best offer opportunities for target shooting in Capitol, Tahuya, Harry Osborne and Yacolt Burn state forests, without endangering the public or restricting other vital uses of state lands. 

Since that time, DNR has heard from many state reisdents with ideas on how to provide for target shooting in some of the state's popular DNR managed forests while enhancing safety for forest visitors and nearby homeowners.

"We've been researching other land managers' approaches nationwide and delving deeper into the input we heard from you," said a DNR statement released in the agency's June newsletter. "This input led us to focus first in our Tahuya State Forest, where we heard the clearest support for developing a shooting range."

Agency officials will be sharing with the community proposed Tahuya State Forest shooting range locations at a public meeting at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 20 at the North Mason High School Cafeteria in Belfair.

DNR says what it learns "in our next steps" may inform solutions for Capitol, Yacolt Burn or Harry Osborne state forests.

You can learn more, subscribe to the Tahuya target shooting updates and get in touch with staff members at dnr.wa.gov/targetshooting

The two state forests of Tahuya (23,000 acres in Mason County), and Green Mountain (6,000 acres in Kitsap County) are part of an extensive network of working forest lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide sustainable revenue for public services.

Timber production, communication tower leases and other activities in these forests help fund local county services, state universities and the construction of public K-12 grade schools throughout Washington.

While both forests are popular destinations for those seeking diverse recreation opportunities, including motorized off-road and equestrian trail riding, the Green Mountain and Tahuya state forests are "undeveloped working lands" that provide habitat for native plants and animals, water retention and water quality benefits in addition to income for trust land beneficiaries






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