LaPlant Preserve

A fully-wooded, small plateau and accompanying hill in the Geneva area cover the two-acre LaPlant Preserve which is split by Lake Louise Road. A seasonal stream and utility corridor border the Preserve on the north, and the remaining boundaries are forested vacant lands. The parcel functions as a buffer between the road, uphill development, and the stream, which flows directly into Basin Two of Lake Whatcom.

Total Acres

  • 2 acres; 6 units removed from development

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a-laplant-coverhttps://www.cob.org/photos/Services/Environment/Lake Whatcom/laplant/a-laplant-cover.jpga-laplant-cover
drainagehttps://www.cob.org/photos/Services/Environment/Lake Whatcom/laplant/drainage.jpgdrainage
laplant-east-accesshttps://www.cob.org/photos/Services/Environment/Lake Whatcom/laplant/laplant-east-access.jpglaplant-east-access
laplant-westhttps://www.cob.org/photos/Services/Environment/Lake Whatcom/laplant/laplant-west.jpglaplant-west
steep-slopehttps://www.cob.org/photos/Services/Environment/Lake Whatcom/laplant/steep-slope.jpgsteep-slope

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