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Earthshare of Washington

Stewards gaze in awe at the task at hand during a field trip to explore the site in the West Duwamish Greenbelt for which they would be designing a restoration plan.

Stewards gaze in awe at the task at hand during a field trip to explore the site in the West Duwamish Greenbelt for which they would be designing a restoration plan.

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2007 Restoration Project in West Duwamish Greenbelt

Native Plant Steward Project Team

Ellen Dobrick, Barbara Scott, and Joy Wood

Site

The site is bordered on the west, north, and east by a walking trail near the 14th Avenue SW and SW Holly Street entrance to the park. The site exists as an extension of current restoration efforts by The Nature Consortium. The current canopy is mostly deciduous natives and the understory is approximately 100% non-native with Himalayan blackberry dominating.

Site Goals

Action Plan

Work Accomplished as of 3/31/2008