Once upon a time there was an elusive creature that roamed the Olympic forests at night. A creature as elusive as its name, it’s been called black cat, fisher cat, pecan, pequam, wejack, and woods-otter...
This summer Olympic National Forest kicked off our “What is Wilderness” series in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. For the final story in our series, we want to write about what Wilderness means to you.
The top 5-6 entries will be compiled into the final article which will be shared on our website, with the Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region, as well as USDA and Forest Service national blogs and other social media. Find out more.
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