Fires close Rayonier properties

Port Gamble remains open

  • Thursday, September 10, 2020 10:43am
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Due to the fire activity and / or fire hazard conditions, Rayonier has closed all access to its forestland properties in Washington, Oregon and California until further notice.

The town of Port Gamble remains open.

The closed properties include lands owned by Rayonier, Pope Resources, Olympic Property Group and managed by Olympic Resource Management.

The closure will remain in effect until significant rainfall occurs and / or the fire hazard conditions improve.

“Our primary concern is for the safety of our employees, contractors, customers, neighbors and those who enjoy our properties. We regret the inconvenience this may cause and appreciate everyone’s cooperation to ensure the safety of everyone that may be impacted,” a news release from their office in Poulsbo says.

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