Volunteers get dirty in defense of woods overlooking West Bay | The Olympian

Volunteers come once a month to pull ivy and clear trails. In the fall, Einstein’s group plans to plant native vegetation and install a rain garden, which is a series of basins with plants and other organic material that stormwater flows through to slow the flow and filter the water before it reaches Puget Sound.

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