We will be planting native trees and shrubs along the Dungeness River on a site that has been undergoing vast restoration efforts since the river rerouted itself into a historic channel that flowed adjacent to a series of houses, making them dangerously close to a growing undercut bank. Restoration has included the removal of three houses, including septic and utilities, and revegetating the area in an attempt to restore it to its historic state of floodplain forest. This will improve water quality on the Dungeness River and create healthy habitat conditions for the fish and wildlife that frequent this area. Work gloves, shovels and rain gear provided, but feel free to bring your own. Bring a sack lunch for the picnic and we'll bring dessert, tea and coffee.
Location and parking information will be e-mailed when you RSVP.
Sunday, May 21stPlanting from 10am - 12pmPicnic on the river from 12 pm - 1pm
Contact Olivia at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.