Riparian Habitat and Invasive Species Control: Seeing the Salmon Stream through the Weeds
Riparian habitat, the area surrounding streams and other bodies of water, is a common habitat type found in forests all across Washington. These areas are often hard to manage and easily overrun with invasive species. What can you do with that strip of trees along your stream? Learn about how you can improve your riparian habitat for wildlife and water quality and manage invasive species infestations. Participants will receive a Zoom link after registering and filling out a very short pre-webinar survey.
There will be webinars throughout the winter January through April on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. In May (date and location TBD) we will have a forest field day at a local family owned tree farm to look at all of the elements of stewardship forestry that we have discussed during the winter webinars.