Volunteers plant trees along Washington pocket estuary to aid salmon

October 28, 2019by ncdea

WASHINGTON, Skagit CD – Eighty volunteers showed up to an ocean shoreline in northern Washington to plant trees that will enhance salmon habitat.

The Skagit Valley Herald reports the volunteers Saturday planted 1,400 native Sitka spruce, crabapple and shore pine on a 3-acre (1.2-hectare) strip on March Point southeast of Anacortes.

The event was hosted by the Skagit Conservation District as part of the second annual Orca Recovery Day.

Source: Volunteers plant trees along Washington pocket estuary to aid salmon | KOMO

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