Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Wilderness Volunteers plants seedlings of recovery

In mid-September 2011, Robin Rose and nine members of the Wilderness Volunteers worked alongside Mt. Rainier National Park's revegetation crew at Sunrise. 118 flats of native plant seedlings were carefully placed in the ground over the period of a week. The volunteers came away with an immense sense of accomplishment, knowing that they'd each "parented" approximately 1000 seedlings. The next time you visit Sunrise, look for their work in bloom!

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