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Native plant stewardship program open for volunteers

Be part of the solution by becoming a WNPS Native Plant Steward and join ongoing efforts to preserve and restore King County forests, riparian corridors, shoreline and wetlands.

A continuing partnership of Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS), King County and the Cities of Kenmore, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Sammamish, SeaTac and the King County Conservation District offer free stewardship training this spring on consecutive Fridays and three Saturdays between April 18 and June 27.

No experience is necessary.

To apply, visit www.wnps.org.

 

 

 

 

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