Dupont, Washington

  • CalPortland Assists Association of the United States Army (AUSA) to Welcome Home Troops

     

    11-04-07_Clipper_CalPortland assists AUSA to welcome home troopsAUSA DuPont Subchapter vice president, Denise Dhane, stands proudly with the staff of CalPortland, who donated and cooked food for the Welcome Home BBQ on April 7.

  • Fence Installed to Protect Sequalitchew Creek Estuary

    On September 27, 2010 CalPortland installed a split-rail cedar fence along the Sequalitchew Creek Trail.  The fence is intended to help protect the brackish marsh at the mouth of Sequalitchew Creek.  As signs installed on the fence indicate, the marsh is a sensative area, and is recognized as an area used by juvenile salmon to rest and feed as they make their way out of the Nisqually River.

      

    CalPortland Installed Fence Along Sequalitchew Creek Trail