Blackberry Removal at Skagit River Kahn
January 25th, 2020

Skagit River Kahn Conservation Area lies east of Rockport along the Skagit River and on the south side of Hwy 20 directly across from Cascadian Farm Stand. This property is home to a variety of wildlife including beavers, salmonids, and bald eagles. Help Skagit Land Trust remove invasive blackberry from this beautiful property along the Skagit River.

SLT will provide tools, gloves, and a coffee/water refill station. Please bring a water bottle and reusable coffee mug if you have one. Please make sure you wear clothing appropriate for the weather. The site may be quite sandy/muddy (especially once we start working with the plants!), so please wear rubber boots if you have them or email us if you would like to borrow a pair.

Directions: Follow Highway 20 east towards Rockport. The property is 3 miles east of Rockport and parking is available at the Farm Stand. If you are heading upvalley for this event, please consider carpooling! Please note, once you park at Cascadian Farms, you must cross the highway to reach the work site. We will gather and cross in small groups.

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**** Please note, while we love dogs, and leashed dogs are welcome to most Skagit Land Trust properties, we ask that you keep them at home for these events. This will ensure the comfort of all guests at our work parties and other events and increase the chance of seeing wildlife.

Contact us at or call (360) 428-7878 for questions.
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