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Help us restore Alder Creek, a tributary of the Nehalem river! Join Lower Nehalem Community Trust, The Lower Nehalem Watershed Council and Tillamook Estuaries Partnership’s Native Plant Nursery on a plant restoration themed morning. We will have a seed ball building activity in the covered barn and will be planting native plants along the edges of the creek. Participants will get to take home their seed balls filled with seeds from the Native Plant Nursery.
There are so many benefits to planting native plants! They provide shade to maintain cooler stream temperatures for salmon, stabilize stream banks to reduce erosion and flooding, store and release water to lower flood risk and more!
This event is part of the Nehalem Estuary Month where we will be featuring events leading up to the MARCH 9th BIENNIAL NEHALEM BAY ESTUARY CLEANUP.
This Event will happen rain or shine. Please bring appropriate footwear for planting on muddy and uneven ground and be prepared for rain. Please bring water and snacks. There is a portable restroom available at the event location. Everything needed for planting will be provided including shovels and gloves.
This event is suitable for families and children ages 10 +. It will include less than one mile of hiking on moderately challenging terrain. If you have any questions, please contact Emily Akdedian at email@example.com Please leave your dog friends at home as this is a wildlife sanctuary.This event will include walking on uneven terrain for less than 1 mile. Please see the pictures below to see if this event is accessible for you.
This is an Explore Nature Tillamook Coast event. Explore Nature is sponsored in part by Tillamook Coast Visitors Center.