Tahoma Forest NRCA
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Tahoma Forest NRCA 
Tahoma Forest NRCA Vegetation 

This 230-acre site in the Tahoma State Forest protects the ecological value of a structurally complex old growth forest.  The NRCA supports mature and old-growth mid-elevation forest communities ranging from 100 to well over 200 years of age.  Douglas-fir and western hemlock dominate the forest overstory, but silver fir and especially noble fir are also common.  The understory is generally quite open and includes species such as beargrass, red huckleberry, Pacific rhododendron, vanilla leaf, cutleaf goldthread, and queencup beadlily.  (Lewis County)

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Kelly Heintz
South Puget Sound Region Natural Areas Manager
360-825-1631
kelly.heintz@dnr.wa.gov

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