Paddling volunteers needed for invasive plant survey
Volunteers, using their own kayaks or canoes, are needed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to help with the annual invasive plant survey on the Chehalis River Surge Plain Natural Area Preserve in Grays Harbor County. The survey is scheduled for Saturday, August 21.
Paddlers should expect to be on the water for 4 to 5 hours and a trip of “moderate difficulty” according to the DNR. The site is a protected ecosystem managed by DNR’s Natural Areas Program .
For detailed information please refer to the DNR website: Canoe and Kayak Survey or contact the DNR’s natural areas manager Birdie Davenport at 360-596-5144
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