You will help restore the riparian area, improve habitat for fish, enhance water quality, and make for an aesthetically pleasing water trail access and bike ride along Centennial Trail.
Date: October 18th and 19th
Location:State Line off Seltice Way. Directions online.
Volunteer Times: Friday: Noon – 4 pm
Saturday: 9 am – Noon, 1 – 4 pm
Individuals and Teams Welcome: Teams of 3-5 people are being recruited to help with planting native species at State Line.
Your team will complete a restoration section. This includes digging holes; transporting two gallon, large stock plants to assigned location; planting and related landscaping. 800 native species, e.g.—chokecherry, cotton wood, and Oregon grapes, will be planted along 800 feet of shoreline and a 1.9 acre area. This will restore the riparian area, improve habitat for fish, enhance water quality and make for an aesthetically pleasing water trail access.
Please bring work shoes, work gloves, water and snacks. All equipment, e.g.—shovels, rakes, and wheel barrows, will be provided.