Plant in the forest

February 13, 2019

Wednesday, Feb. 13
10 a.m. to 1 p.m
Necanicum Forest
Seaside
DATE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, DEPENDING UPON WEATHER CONDITIONS

NCLC has been working hard to remove invasive Japanese knotweed at our Necanicum Forest Habitat Reserve, adjoining Klootchy Creek County Park outside Seaside. Now it’s time to plant some native trees and shrubs to maintain the gains we have made in this beautiful second-growth forest along the Necanicum River. We will be planting western hemlock, Sitka spruce, red alder, twinberry, stink current, and ninebark.

Please e-mail Stewardship Director Melissa Reich at melissar@nclctrust.org or call her at 503-738-9126 if you plan to attend; she will provide directions to the site and additional details. Wear gloves and work boots. NCLC will supply the necessary tools. Bring water and snacks/lunch; there is no potable water at the site, and no toilets. Dogs are not allowed on any NCLC properties.