June 16, 2011
Help DNR plan for the future of recreation in Kitsap, Mason counties
Public invited to share ideas at community workshops, June 29 and 30
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invites members of the public and business to help shape the future of recreation in Green Mountain and Tahuya State Forests and other blocks of DNR-managed state trust lands within Kitsap Peninsula. Interested parties may offer ideas at one of two workshops—on June 29 in Silverdale, or June 30 in Belfair.
Who: DNR’s Recreation Program
What: Community Workshops:
Recreation Plans for Green Mountain and Tahuya State Forests
- June 29: 6 to 8:30 p.M.
Silverdale Community Center, 9729 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale
- June 30: 6 to 8:30 p.M.
North Mason High School, 200 E. Campus Dr., Belfair
Why: DNR is asking citizens for their ideas on how long-term recreation planning on state trust lands within the Kitsap Peninsula helps their communities. DNR is planning for the future of recreation in Green Mountain and Tahuya State Forests, as well as other blocks of state trust lands on the peninsula. The agency is looking for the public’s ideas on how recreation opportunities on DNR-managed state trust lands can help support healthy, livable, and economically vibrant communities.
More information about the Green Mountain and Tahuya State Forests recreation planning process is at: www.dnr.wa.gov/recreationeducation/topics/recreationplanning/Pages/Home.aspx
For workshop details, or to request special accommodations, the public may contact Mary Coacher, 360-902-1430 or email@example.com .
Media Contact: Toni Droscher, Recreation Program Communications Manager, 360-902-1523, firstname.lastname@example.org
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