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South Sound Native Plant Stewardship Program Class Materials

Class Materials for South Sound, Spring 2016 Stewardship Training

Welcome stewardship students. Prepare by downloading the materials found on this page as supporting documents for the upcoming training beginning April 5, 2016, at the Tacoma Nature Center.

FOCAL ECOSYSTEMS / PLANT COMMUNITIES

The landscape of the South Sound chapter encompasses vast forests, great rivers and their tributaries, marine estuaries and nearshore habitats, expanding urban areas, and the most imperiled ecosystem in Washington.  The Puget Trough is a forested region, but needs for skilled stewards are currently greatest on the threatened Puget Trough prairies and Oregon white oak woodlands, along with riparian stream banks and freshwater wetlands.

Download the following:

Meet the Program Coordinator
   
Conservation Opportunities - South Sound 2016
   
Tacoma Nature Center Driving Directions
   
Course Outline - South Sound 2016
   
Puget Lowland Forest
   
Updated Reading & Videos - Class 1
   
Reading & Resources, Week 3 **
   
Clarks Creek Planting **
   
Additional Resources
   
Metric Conversions
   
Glossary 2016
   
South Sound Field Trip #1 - April 9
   
South Sound Field Trip #1 ALT - April 23

 



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