Last Friday a group of Superfeeters carpooled out to the edge of the Mt. Baker National Forest to do land stewardship work with Whatcom Land Trust.
During the half-day work party, the team planted 3,575 native wetland plants to help mitigate the growth of invasive reed canary grass. This project took place at Whatcom Land Trust's Harrison property, which runs along Kendall Creek behind Kendall Elementary School in Kendall, Wash., about 30 miles east of Superfeet headquarters. When the restoration is complete a viewing platform will be installed for elementary students to explore and learn.
It was a rewarding day of hard work and we look forward to more stewardship projects this year with the Whatcom Land Trust!
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