I took a stroll the other day along the wonderful public trail at Ship Harbor, adjacent to the state ferry terminal. A visit to this recently “developed” shoreline access area is a must, especially for those who call Anacortes home. Ship Harbor, after all, is the original location of development by white settlers who would ultimately incorporate as Anacortes. Prior to that it was a prime tribal fishing site. As noted on the entrance sign into the wetlands area: “The goal of SHIP is to protect the wetland and marine ecosystem, to educate students and the general public about the delicate wetlands, and to provide appropriate public access to the shoreline and natural areas at Ship Harbor.”
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