Work Party: Lower Middle Fork Complex
Work Party: Lower Middle Fork Complex
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December 4th, 9:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

The Lower Middle Fork Complex is located along the alluvial fan of Canyon Lake Creek and the Middle Fork Nooksack River. While the existing native trees and much of the surrounding ground have been freed of invasive English ivy, there is still more English ivy to remove!  In the area cleared of invasive ivy this last year, we will also be planting native trees to enhance the creek’s riparian forest. Meet us at the end of our neighbor’s driveway to access the property.

RSVP to Jennifer Mackey at jennifer@whatcomlandtrust.org to secure your spot!

Tools Suggested: Shovel and/or hand pruners.

Address: Neighbor’s Driveway at 5391 Mosquito Lake Road, Deming, WA

Directions: From Bellingham, head east on Mt. Baker Highway to Welcome and turn right on Mosquito Lake Road. Drive 1.5 miles and look for the purple WLT sign on the right to turn down the driveway for 5391.

Capacity: Each work party is currently limited in size to allow for safe distancing.

Masks: You are required to have a face covering on you at all times, but you are not required to wear it while working outside and well over 6 feet away from others.

Tools & Gloves: Please bring your own if you are able; staff will gladly bring any upon request

Water & Snacks: Due to safety precautions, please bring your own!

Feeling Sick?: Stay home if you feel any illness symptoms or think you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 2-3 weeks! It takes all of us to keep everyone safe.

RSVP Required: Email jennifer@whatcomlandtrust.org