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Carkeek Park Stewards lead a group of SPU Freshman in a work party to remove English ivy in preparation for planting native vegetation in the winter.
Carkeek Park Stewards lead a group of SPU Freshman in a work party to remove English ivy in preparation for planting native vegetation in the winter.

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2007 Restoration Project in Carkeek Park

Native Plant Steward Project Team

Jan Bird, Linda Rantala, and Sally Anne Sadler

Site

The one-acre plot is located at the top of the Venema Creek Ravine near the park’s Environmental Learning Center. There a few young conifers that have been planted during recent restoration efforts. The site’s major invaders are English Ivy, Himalayan Blackberry, and English Holly.

Site Goals

Action Plan

Work Accomplished: