W.T. Wooten Wildlife Area River Restoration work requires campground and lake closures

 

June 3, 2021

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The Tucannon River project will close campgrounds in Columbia and Garfield counties which include Rainbow Lake, Deer Lake and Watson Lake starting June 7 for restoration work.

SPOKANE–Local campgrounds to close during the Tucannon River salmon habitat man-made log jams project beginning June 7.

A project planned for the Tucannon River will improve salmon habitat by adding man-made log jams. The work starts in early June and will require closures to parts of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)-managed W.T. Wooten Wildlife Area in Columbia and Garfield c...



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