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- Aquatics Lands Update
Updates about DNR-managed State-owned Aquatic Lands, and the stewardship and other activities that take place on them.
>> View current and back issues of the State Aquatic Lands Update
- Build Your Trust
A quarterly e-newsletter highlight our state's trust lands and their role in producing non-tax revenue for K-12 schools, universities, counties and others. We spotlight trust beneficiaries and how they put trust funding to work; and DNR people who manage these valuable lands. Sample E-newsletter.
- Forest Stewardship Notes
Updates from WSU Extension and DNR, serving 215,000 people that control 3.2 million acres of private forestland in Washington. With articles, information on products, services and resources, it is published three to four times a year. Sample E-newsletter.
- Green Mountain & Tahuya State Forests Recreation Plans Update
DNR is working with the public to develop long-term plan for sustainable, fun, and safe recreation opportunities in these popular forests. Stay current with the planning process and learn how you can be involved. Sample E-newsletter.
>> View current and back issues of the "Green Mountain & Tahuya State Forest Recreation Plans Update"
- Naneum Ridge to Columbia River Recreation E-news
DNR and WDFW are working with the public to develop a long-term joint recreation plan for sustainable recreation in the area between Naneum Ridge and Columbia River. Stay up to date on the process and learn how you can be involved.
>> View back issues of "Naneum Ridge to Columbia River E-news"
- Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan Updates
DNR is working with the public to develop long-term plan for sustainable, fun, and safe recreation opportunities in on DNR-managed trust lands and natural areas within the Snoqualmie Corridor. Stay current with the planning process and learn how you can be involved. Sample e-newsletter.
>> View back issues of the "Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan Update"
- Recreation E-news (DNR)
Get updates on current events and emerging issues related to recreation on DNR-managed state trust lands. Sample E-newsletter.
>> View back issues of "DNR Recreation E-News"
- Recreation News from DNR's Northwest Region
Formerly, the Reiter Foothills Forest Update, DNR expanded this e-newsletter to include news and announcements about recreation and volunteer in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom counties--as well as updates on the work to reopen Reiter Foothills Forest. Sample E-newsletter.
>> View back issues of "Recreation News from DNR's Northwest Region" and "Reiter Foothills Forest Updates"
Small Forest Landowner News
SFLO News which focuses on and promotes the economic and ecological viability of privately owned non-industrial forests, and equips landowners with the tools and information they need to keep their land in forestry. Sample E-newsletter.
Teanaway Community Forest News
Find out about the latest on the Teanaway Community Forest. DNR and WDFW, with input from the public and an advisory committee, are developing a management plan for Washington's first state-managed community forest.
>>View back issues of "Teanaway Community Forest News"
The Dirt: Farming for the School Trust
A quarterly e-newsletter about DNR agriculture land management activities. You’ll also find information on public auctions to lease trust lands for agriculture, and much more. Sample E-newsletter.
E-newsletter for arborists, planners, citizens and local governments interested in urban forestry. Sample E-newsletter.
- Washington State Geology News
Informal news source for events and ongoings at the Washington State Geological Survey. Sample E-Newsletter here.
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