Planting at Cumberland Creek
March 7th, 2020
Help Skagit Land Trust plant native species at Cumberland Creek! The property was acquired primarily to protect the salmon habitat found in the swales and side channels present on the property, and as a final part of a larger restoration effort to allow the Skagit to reclaim the Cumberland peninsula. The majority of the property features young forest, dominated by deciduous trees and a few interspersed conifers. Cumberland Creek is used as habitat for salmon, coyotes, deer, elk, beaver and various birds. It also has great access to the Skagit River and a trail network!
Skagit Land Trust will provide tools, gloves, and refreshments. Please wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. We will provide training for the task at hand.
Directions: Parking is limited, so please plan to carpool if you can. Take the South Skagit Hwy 12 to 13 miles east from SR 9, outside of Clear Lake. Look for the house number 34183 on the north (left) side of the road. Turn north into the driveway, then left at the fork to enter the Trust property. There is a gate in the road, and a trail beyond. Volunteers interested in carpooling can meet at the Park and Ride off the South Skagit Highway in Sedro-Woolley at 8:45 to self organize a carpool.
**** Please note, while we love dogs, we ask that you keep them at home for these walks. This will ensure the comfort of all guests on the walk and increase the chance of seeing wildlife.
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