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Pull Together in Lily Bay Natural Area
January 26, SA 1-3p
Help restore the habitat in a hidden natural area that hosts beaver, turtles, otter, deer, water fowl and birds of prey. Join Friends of Lily Bay Natural Area and remove invasive species that threaten native plants. We also will plant native sword ferns in areas cleared of invasive species over the last 3 years. No experience needed…just show up! Great activity for families. Gloves, tools and snack provided. Dress for the weather. Look for work party signs.
Trail head: At the corner of Diamond Head Rd., which turns into North Shore Rd.
Parking: Carpooling is recommended. Limited parking on narrow road.
Contact: Babs Hamachek 503-867-0083 or email@example.com
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