The Adopt a Stream Foundation (AASF) needs your (and up to five volunteers) help removing blackberry roots at one of their stream restoration sites on a tributary of Quilceda Creek. Invasive blackberries have taken over this site which has caused the native vegetation to become displaced. This work will help restore over one acre of native riparian vegetation and lead to improved water quality and enhanced fish habitat.
This event will be happening on July 16-17th and will take place in Arlington. Park at the shoulder 162nd St NE near 16207 67th Ave NE Arlington, WA 98223(this is the address closest to the worksite). Email email@example.com for more information, or call at 425-316-8592