Washington joins Nisqually Tribe to develop new 1,300-acre state park in Mount Rainier foothills
The Oregonian
Published: June 3, 2014

The Nisqually River ends at a wetland at the edge of Puget Sound, after beginning on the south slope of Mount Rainier at the Nisqually Glacier. The river will be the location of a new state park announced Tuesday by Washington and the Nisqually Tribe.

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and the Nisqually Indian Tribe on Tuesday signed a partnership agreement for the collaborative development of Nisqually State Park.

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