Let us hope that spring showers bring summer flowers! Join Jefferson Land Trust and the Jefferson County Washington Native Plant Society to mulch a young native plant diversity restoration planting at the beautiful Snow creek Forest Preserve. We’ll be moving cardboard and woodchips to create a weed-suppressing, moisture-holding mulch around tender young plants installed by local 8th graders over the past school year.
Carpool (masks required) recommended and available from the Valley View Forest parking area located on Center Rd: MEET AT 12:40 PM FOR CARPOOL. From Chimacum Corner, travel 1.7 miles south on Center Road to the gravel driveway on the left (opposite mailbox for 1720 Center Road, and approximately 300 feet south of Short’s Family Farm entrance). This leads to Valley View Forest public parking area and trailhead.
Directions to Snow Creek Forest: Meet at 1pm on site if driving separately. From Port Townsend, follow Highway 20 to Highway 101 South. Turn left onto Highway 101 S. and proceed approximately 3 miles. Turn right at mile marker 286 shortly before the Crocker Lake parking area. Park at the od grain silos. Please carpool if possible as parking is limited.
Contact: For questions or more information, email Carrie at cclendaniel[at]saveland.org or call 306.379.9501.