Gog-le-hi-te Wetlands: Protecting our Legacy


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Sat Apr 14, 2018, 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM


1402 Lincoln AveTacoma, WA 98421
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Gog-le-hi-te wetland is a restoration site located along the Puyallup River. The Port of Tacoma created and is maintaining this wetland complex for off-channel Salmon habitat and other wildlife. Volunteer with Forterra to remove invasive plants and provide TLC to this critical site. This urban oasis is part of the Port of Tacoma’s mitigation sites of which Forterra has been contracted to maintain and provides a unique opportunity for community members to visit and learn about Salmon habitat restoration and mitigation.

No experience needed. All tools and gloves provided.

What to bring: tough clothes, and shoes that can get dirty and wet. We’ll have coffee and light snacks to get the day going.

Where to meet: Gog-le-hi-te Wetland is located 1402 Lincoln Ave. There is limited parking, look for Green Tacoma Partnership signs.

Where to park: There is a small parking lot at the site

Please RSVP (the earlier the better!) so that we can plan a great event for you. Click here to RSVP, or if you have any questions, please contact Matt at mmega@forterra.org.

All ages are welcome, but children under 18 will need a parent present for this event


  • Habitat Restoration

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