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News Release
Heritage Farm Wetland Restoration project open house, Jan. 25 - 01/19/22

Vancouver, Wash. – Neighbors and community members are invited to learn about the Heritage Farm Wetland Restoration project. This project will restore five acres of wetlands and establish two acres of riparian buffer along a channelized section of Cougar Creek’s headwaters on Clark County’s 78th Street Heritage Farm property. The project will also include creating about one acre of wetland, replace a storm sewer pipe under access roads, and resurface the farm’s gravel driveways.

Public Works staff will host a virtual open house at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 25, via the WebEx platform. Residents can attend by entering meeting number: 146 464 3155 and password: 0125 at WebEx.com. Attendees can also join by calling 1.408.418.9333 and using the same meeting number and password. Attendees will listen to a presentation given by the project manager and have an opportunity to ask questions of county staff. Community members are encouraged to submit questions before the open house. Interpretation is available upon request. 

This project supports the vision outlined in the March 2020 Master Plan for the 78th Street Heritage Farm. The plan envisions an agricultural, educational, and recreational community asset that reflects the site’s history and provides a healthy, sustainable environment for future generations. 

More information about this project can be found on the county’s website https://clark.wa.gov/public-works/heritage-farm-wetland-restoration. Community members can also find information on the Public Works TwitterFacebook and Instagram profiles, and on NextDoor.

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