When: Saturday July 24, 2010 9am-noon
Help in prairie restoration at the Morse Wildlife Preserve in Graham. Volunteers will collect seeds from prairie plants such as the blue camas and Roemer’s fescue. These seeds will be used at the Preserve by local 5th graders in an experiment on prairie enhancement. Instruction on plant ID and seed collection will be provided but experience in prairie restoration and plant salvage is appreciated.
What to bring:
Please remember to dress for the weather. Suggested Dress: Boots or comfortable athletic shoes, work clothes, rain gear and appropriate layers. Volunteers should bring a refillable water bottle. Snacks, drinks, tools and gloves will be provided.
Directions to the Preserve:
The property is located at 25415 70th Ave E., Graham, WA
From I-5 take Exit 127 on to WA 512 East
• From WA-512 East take the Pacific Ave/WA 7 Exit. Turn right onto Pacific Ave/WA 7.
• At the Roy “Y”, bear left, staying on WA 7.
• Turn Left at 260th St E
• Turn Left onto 70th Ave E (at the T)
• Property is at mailbox at 25415, on the right side of the road
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