Foul-Weather Friends of LBA Woods!

More than 40 volunteers worked in the LBA Woods on Saturday. Most of them are here, enjoying hot cider and donuts at the end of the “party.”

Thank you to all our “foul-weather” friends who braved the chilly, wet weather on Saturday during our work party. We had more than 40 volunteers in the LBA Woods working to remove invasive Scotsbroom and Himalayan blackberry as part of our forest restoration effort.

In addition to a cadre of neighbors, park lovers, and LBA Woods Coalition leaders, we had an army of Olympia High School biology students earning their service-hour requirements for the semester. We could not have accomplished this (below) without these cheerful, hard-working students. And look–here is what they helped remove from the woods:

A fist-pumping Friend of LBA Woods is dwarfed by Mount Scotsbroom–the work of Work Party #3 in the LBA Woods. Yay Volunteers!

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