Blodgett Tract

The Blodgett Tract, located in the hills immediately above the Columbia River floodplain, is very productive. Following railroad logging in the late 1920’s, a 1934 escaped slash fire created an excellent seed bed. Today, natural regeneration of Douglas-fir and western hemlock provide approximately 2.5 MMBF of growth per year. Coho salmon and other anadromous fish species spawn in the Tract's clear streams.

Blodgett Resources