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Lincoln Park Vegetation Management Plan

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Lincoln Park is one of Seattle’s largest and most popular parks. Its 135 acres of open space provide a broad range of landscape types and a rich variety of recreational opportunities. Significant interactions between users and park vegetation, as well as the inherent needs of plants
and wildlife, drive this Vegetation Management Plan. Lincoln Park offers a unique opportunity to manage stands of native and non-native trees in forested and open settings, for future generations of Park users to enjoy.

» Vegetation Management Plan (PDF 688k)
    » Appendices (PDF 2.6M)

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Updated May 2, 2007
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