Wetland Restoration Project, May 8

With Friends of the Cedar River Watershed
Taylor Creek Wetlands – Renton
Saturday, May 8 from 9:00am – 1:00pm

Come help restore habitat in your watershed at the Taylor Creek restored wetlands. This natural area is a wonderful success story of habitat restoration!  This tributary to the Cedar River once flooded local roads and infrastructure. Since the wetland has been restored; flooding has ceased, the site is dense with native vegetation, and evidence of beaver activity is abundant! This project is in the final phases of restoration; come help us remove weed control fabric that was placed years ago. It is also a great opportunity to see the intricate network of fungal mycelium! This is a great opportunity to spend the day in a beautiful wetlands. Please sign up in advance by emailing, nisa@cedarriver.org.

Nisa Karimi
Stewardship Coordinator
Friends of the Cedar River Watershed