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I-90 corridor - Amabalis Mtn invasives removal

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July 27 - A 3rd opportunity this season to work outside on Amabalis Mountain to improve wildlife habitat in the I-90 wildlife corridor - organized by Washington Native Plant Society.

What
  • Work party
When Jul 27, 2013
from 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Where Exit 63 off I-90, Amabalis Mtn
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Join Conservation Northwest and the Washington Native Plant Society to improve habitat in the important Interstate 90 wildlife corridor.

Open to anyone willing to lend a hand!

Complementing our work to improve habitat connectivity in the I-90 corridor, this invasive species management project centers on habitat next to proposed wildlife crossing structures in the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project.

You'll be led Washington Native Plant Society's Frank Harris to remove invasive plants along these heavily traveled roads and trails, critical to preventing their spread into wild places farther from the roadway. (A plant walk follows the work party in the afternoon, if there is interest.)

RSVP to Frank Harris if you are willing to pull invasives so that they know how many volunteers and how much ground we can cover.

Directions from Seattle

Take I-90 to Exit 63 (10 miles east of Snoqualmie Pass). At the top of the off ramp turn left over the freeway and drive 0.1 mile and park. The meeting spot is the large clearing on the right.

Invasive species we will look for:

  • Spotted knapweed
  • Meadow knapweed
  • Oxeye daisy
  • St Johns Wort
  • Common tansy
  • Orange hawkweed
  • Dalmatian toadflex
  • dandelion
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