Seattle City Light Protects Salmon Habitat

City Light acquired two properties on the Skagit and Sauk Rivers for fish habitat preservation.

City Light acquired two properties on the Skagit and Sauk Rivers for fish habitat preservation.

The Skagit River property consists of 62 acres with 500 feet of river frontage, a slough, and extensive side channels. The Sauk river property is nearly three acres with 300 feet of river frontage located just upstream of Darrington.

The purchases were funded with a grant from the Salmon Recovery Funding Board and City Light funds.

City Light holds more than 13,000 acres of land to conserve habitat for wildlife and threatened and endangered fish.