The event allowed residents to tour a 2.5-acre shoreline restoration project that was once taken over by invasive weeds. Homeowners living on streams, lakes and wetlands were invited to learn techniques for managing weeds and returning their property to a more natural state.
Kent Sullivan, outdoor work coordinator for the church’s Community Habitat Restoration Project (CHRP), and Robert Moreno, also with CHRP, described their efforts to protect the water quality, soil health and stream and wetland restoration for the site behind the church.
Read more about King CD’s shoreline restoration projects by following the link below.
Source: Conservation district educates Kirkland residents on responsible stewardship and shoreline restoration | Kirkland Reporter