Gig Harbor City Council member Steve Ekberg stands with Mayor Jill Guernsey at the dedication for the new Eddon Boat Yard Park in February 2014. But Eddon Boat Park and assets like it just lost a critical tool that supports them, a federal program called the Land and Water Conservation Fund. For 50 years the LWCF has protected community green spaces, built parks and trails, and improved boating and recreational access.
Gig Harbor City Council member Steve Ekberg stands with Mayor Jill Guernsey at the dedication for the new Eddon Boat Yard Park in February 2014. But Eddon Boat Park and assets like it just lost a critical tool that supports them, a federal program called the Land and Water Conservation Fund. For 50 years the LWCF has protected community green spaces, built parks and trails, and improved boating and recreational access. Lee Giles III Staff file
Gig Harbor City Council member Steve Ekberg stands with Mayor Jill Guernsey at the dedication for the new Eddon Boat Yard Park in February 2014. But Eddon Boat Park and assets like it just lost a critical tool that supports them, a federal program called the Land and Water Conservation Fund. For 50 years the LWCF has protected community green spaces, built parks and trails, and improved boating and recreational access. Lee Giles III Staff file

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Land and Water Conservation Fund helps not only Gig Harbor, but entire state

October 21, 2015 2:10 PM

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