Mason Conservation District seeks volunteers for Skokomish Estuary work

July 2, 2019by ncdea

WASHINGTON, Mason CD – Mason Conservation District is seeking volunteers to pull scotch broom and other invasive species at the Skokomish Estuary. Volunteers will also have the opportunity to plant huckleberries.

The Skokomish Estuary, near the bend of Hood Canal, is a restored estuary for healthy water and wildlife habitat in Mason County.

“This piece of land, owned by the Skokomish Tribe is not accessible to the public, so this is an opportunity to see a unique part of the estuary,” a Mason Conservation District news release stated.

Source: Mason Conservation District seeks volunteers for Skokomish Estuary work | Local News |

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