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  • VIDEO: Up-close look at Upper Clear Creek Mitigation Site

    Ever wondered what's going on the 40-acre site between River Road and Pioneer Way in Puyallup? It’s a $9 million mitigation project by the Port of Tacoma to restore wetland habitat. Project manager Dave Myers gives a boots-on tour of the former farmland once owned by the Sherwood family.

Ever wondered what's going on the 40-acre site between River Road and Pioneer Way in Puyallup? It’s a $9 million mitigation project by the Port of Tacoma to restore wetland habitat. Project manager Dave Myers gives a boots-on tour of the former farmland once owned by the Sherwood family. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Ever wondered what's going on the 40-acre site between River Road and Pioneer Way in Puyallup? It’s a $9 million mitigation project by the Port of Tacoma to restore wetland habitat. Project manager Dave Myers gives a boots-on tour of the former farmland once owned by the Sherwood family. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

What the heck is that? Port’s wetland bank near Puyallup repays development elsewhere

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