Mountain Nisqually Heritage Trail Project

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Mountain Nisqually Heritage Trail Project

  1. 1. Heritage  Trail  Project   Jessica  Moore     Conserva.on  Program  Coordinator   Northwest  Trek  Wildlife  Park   Eatonville,  WA  
  2. 2. 2011  Original  Planning  Partners:   •  Northwest  Trek  Wildlife  Park  –  Jessica  Moore   •  The  Pioneer  Farm  –  Steve  PruiC  &  Nora  Cady   •  Mount  Rainier  Na.onal  Park  –  Bryan  Bowden  
  3. 3. Original  Planning  Partners:   •  Northwest  Trek  Wildlife  Park  –  Jessica  Moore   •  The  Pioneer  Farm  –  Steve  PruiC  &  Nora  Cady   •  Mount  Rainier  Na.onal  Park  –  Bryan  Bowden   2012  Addi3onal  Key  Stakeholders:   •  •  •  •  •  •  The  Town  of  Eatonville   The  University  of  Washington  Pack  Forest   The  future  Nisqually  State  Park   Pierce  County  Parks   Pierce  County  Public  Works   WSDOT  
  4. 4. En33es  Who  Have  Agreed  to  Review  the  MOU:   •  Town  of  Eatonville  –  Doug  Beagle   •  WA  State  Parks  -­‐  Nikki  Fields   •  Nisqually  Tribe  -­‐  Lisa  Breckenridge   •  Pierce  County  Parks  -­‐  Kathy  Kravit-­‐Smith   •  Pierce  County  Parks  -­‐  Kimberly  Freeman   •  Pierce  County  Public  Works  -­‐  Shawn  Phelps   •  Pierce  County  Public  Works  -­‐  Chris.na  MudgeC   •  Pierce  County  Public  Works  -­‐  Ramiro  Chavez   •  WSDOT  -­‐  Kevin  Dayton  
  5. 5. •  Support  and  a  full   endorsement  has  also   been  given  to  the   project  by  the     Forever  Green     Board  of  Directors  
  6. 6. Mount  Rainier  Na.onal  Park  -­‐  approved   Northwest  Trek  -­‐  approved   Pioneer  Farm  -­‐  approved   Nisqually  Tribe  -­‐  working  to  get  the  draT  MOU  on  the  next  mee.ng  of  the  Tribal  Council   (probably  mid-­‐November)   Washington  State  Parks  –  awai.ng  reply   Washington  DNR  -­‐  reviewing  MOU   Pack  Forest  -­‐  reviewing  MOU   Pierce  County  –  awai.ng  reply   Town  of  Eatonville  –  reviewed  and  commented,  and  are  willing  to  serve  as  the  convener  of   the  forum.       Eatonville  Chamber  of  Commerce  –  awai.ng  reply   Nisqually  Land  Trust  -­‐  approved  
  7. 7. Any  Ques.ons?  

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