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The Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust has plans to plant 5,725 trees around the island by May 2020.
Environmentally sound garden and landscaping practices help native plants and wildlife.
Longtime islander Emma Amiad founded the Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust and Vashon Audubon.
“Saving seeds is a way to restore and connect to the natural cycles that bring us our food.”
Plant ecologist Jim Evans calls areas like The Judd Creek Preserve corridor ‘bridges to the future.’
The course is designed to turn current students into future teachers of curious beachgoers.
Editor’s note: This article first appeared online Jan. 30, 2019 In 1999, the first year of the annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC), Vashon Audubon volunteers… Continue reading
There will be many new trails to follow on Vashon in 2019. Some will be literal such as the new loop trail at Maury Island… Continue reading
The southern resident orcas visited Vashon several times in the past month. I was able to watch them one unusually balmy, mid-November morning when the… Continue reading
John Browne Many on Vashon know John Browne as a musician, mayoral candidate and community advocate, but it’s his life’s work with native plants that… Continue reading