Age Minimum (with Adult): 13+, Minimum Age:18+
Ash Creek Willow Staking
Luckiamute Watershed Council is partnering with the City of Independence to host a volunteer willow staking event at Riverview Park, near the footbridge over Ash Creek!
The City is working on a pump replacement project in this area, which has disturbed the banks and removed native plantings from part of our restoration area.
Join the LWC to plant locally sourced live cuttings from willows, dogwood and other native plants within the disturbed areas along Ash Creek, and help re-establish the native plant community and protect the disturbed soils.
All tools and instructions will be provided, no previous planting experience is needed. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes. Meet at Riverview Park, Independence, OR at 10 AM - map
This event is made possible by the support of One Tree Planted, Washington State Conservation Commission, Ruth Foundation: A legacy of the Gary E. Milgard Foundation, Bonneville Environmental Foundation, Boeing, Puget Sound Energy, and the Russell Family Foundation as part of #OrcaRecoveryDay. Southern Resident Orcas are in danger of extinction. It’s our impact that has led to this, but it’s also our impact that can lead us out. Local actions that restore habitat can make a difference, so join us for this on October 19th and be a part of Orca Recovery Day, which will involve 1,000s of people in 40+ events across the Pacific Northwest region!
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