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2005 Earth Day Celebration at Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary

2005 Earth Day Celebration at Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary

NRCS would like to thank the Earth Day Volunteers who helped with the wetland restoration work at Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary.  Their help in planting over 1,500 trees and shrubs will make a difference for mother nature.

Tom Christensen planting along side Rick Noble at the Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary.
Digging in . . .  Tom Christensen, Deputy Chief for Programs for NRCS, and Rick Noble, West Area Conservationist for Washington NRCS, are helping to restore wetlands at the Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary Wetland Reserve Project in Snohomish County, Washington.
 

 

Earth Day volunteers are hard at work planting along the creek in the wildlife sanctuary. Volunteers help improve nature...
 
Earth Day planting crew hard at work restoring the natural wetlands of the Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary in Snohomish County.


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Earth Day Celebration Portage Creek planting media advisory PDF (247 KB)

Portage Creek Wildlife Sanctuary WRP project Fact Sheet PDF (225 KB)