Elk damage frustrates Washington landowners

Bull elk near Dean Creek in Oregon.

The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office announced the launch of an app for viewing recreation and conservation lands managed by local, state and federal governments.

The Public Lands Inventory web app displays information about the type of use, owner, legislative district, year of acquisition, purchase price, and acreage on the state’s 18.8 million acres used for recreation or wildlife habitat.

Data for the map came from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources, State Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Washington Hometown Project, which is a private company that collects information from all the major public recreation agencies as well as from county, city, utility and private assets.

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