The Great Peninsula Conservancy held a ribbon cutting ceremony in April 2022 to celebrate the acquisition of about twenty acres of undeveloped shoreline on the tip of a small peninsula on northern Seabeck Bay called Misery Point. This acquisition permanently protects vital nearshore habitat for Endangered Species Act-listed fish, such as Hood Canal summer chum and Puget Sound Chinook salmon. It also protects spawning habitat for surf smelt, sand lance, and Pacific herring, which salmon eat.

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