Central Cascade Land Exchange

In 2008 Western Pacific Timber completed the largest land exchange with a public entity in the state of Washington.  WPT traded approximately 82,000 acres of timberlands located in Kittitas and Yakima counties for nearly 21,000 acres of scattered lands owned by Washington State and managed by Department of Natural Resources.  As a result of this exchange, the State of Washington was able to block up approximately 129 square miles as a State Forest to manage for critical wildlife habitat.  The parcels Western Pacific Timber acquired from the State of Washington through this exchange consist of both timber and non-timbered properties and are currently being evaluated on a parcel-by-parcel basis to determine their best use. For more information pleas see the
Washington State Department of Natural Resources website.

Brian Disney and Doug Sutherland

    • Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine stand within the Simcoe block
  • Central Cascades Exchange

    • The State of Washington gained nearly 62,000 acres to enhance wildlife habitat, water quality protection, and access for public recreational opportunities
  • More Information

    • For more information on the Central Cascade Land Exchange, please see the Washington State Department of Natural Resources website

Rules & Recreation Policy

Access to Western Pacific Timber’s land is a privilege, not a right. Please treat our lands with respect so this privilege can continue. Rules & Recreation Policy

Parcels For Sale, Washington State

KT-16 Green Canyon

640 acres in rural Kittitas County for sale. Mostly timbered parcel is adjacent to USFS land with great views of the valley and beyond. MapPhoto 1Photo 2Photo 3