Beaked Hazelnut Corylus cornuta Beaked hazelnut has slightly hairy leaves that turn yellow in the fall. The soft quality of the leaves helps to differentiate this shrub/tree from another native tree relative in the Pacific Northwest, Red Alder (Alnus rubra). Beaked hazelnut leaves are deciduous and alternate on the stem. The serrated ovate shaped leaves … Continued
Our native plant fact sheet highlights early, middle or late bloom periods for the native plants that are currently available for our native plant sale. This information provides an important aspect to consider in order to provide forage and habitat for our native pollinators during their lifetime. Plants that extend the seasons by blooming early … Continued
Both Newaukum and Boise creeks are seeing fish return. Newaukum Creek site #NC-01: [wpvideo Ir8spXQk] Boise Creek site #BC-01: [wpvideo B5w3QA07]
How We Got Into Such A Mess With Stormwater [vimeo 51603152] Drained: Urban Stormwater Pollution from EarthFix
Great information from King County Stormwater Services this month! King County SciFYI Newsletter Cooling down streams: addressing warm summer water temperatures in Green River Tributaries Science Section Successfully Completes Major Federal Research Grants Lake Sammamish Water Quality Response to Land Use Change It’s all about stream bugs – Especially this one! How to calculate the … Continued
It’s that time of year. Time to start recruiting new Stream Stewards to join our great group of volunteers.
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