Join us along Chimacum Creek to check on the health of seedlings planted a few years ago. We’ll be inventorying evergreen plant survival, and flagging empty spots along the creek that could use a little more TLC.
Join us and our partners Jefferson Clemente, Finnriver and Centrum in rural community conversations that invite us to think, question & connect. Each discussion features a guest scholar and is inspired by the relationships between the natural environment and the human experience.
Let there be blackberries no more! Restore a formerly invaded area with willow stakes. We will make our own on site, and find the perfect wetland spot to plant them. Wear rubber boots. All other tools provided.
Join us in the next step of restoring a conifer forest by removing non-native blackberry to create a clearing that we’ll plant later this winter. We’ll also remove non-native ivy, holly, and spurge laurel to allow a diversity of trees, shrubs, and understory to thrive. Space is limited, and RSVP is required.
Tsunami deposits of the Puget Sound: evidence for local and Cascadian earthquakes with Carrie Garrison Laney. More details coming soon.
Over the past few years, we have worked hard to remove non-native blackberries that were choking out the understory at this Preserve. The blackberries are in retreat, and now is the time to move forward with more native species!
Come help improve the habitat and water quality during this volunteer stewardship event by searching along these hills for escaped holly that are starting to invade the native forest.
Save the date for the 2020 Conservation Breakfast at the Old Alcohol Plant in Port Hadlock!