Over 500 trees, over 40 pizzas

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Volunteers came out en force with NOSC and the Jefferson County Conservation District on Saturday, April 12th at Finnriver Farm. Filling in gaps in the CREP planting on Chimacum Creek that the Conservation District began over 15 years ago, over 25 workers put over 500 trees and shrubs in the ground.  

DSCN2139The sun was shining, and we were WORKIN’!  thanks, volunteers for all your hard work.

Thanks to the WCC Crew who did such a great job mowing the field and scalping the tree holes for us.  Those guys and girls rock!

Volunteers also did a great job taking care of over 40 pizzas, hot out of the wood-fired oven, and enjoying fun, friends, and film. If you missed it, the Morse Creek Restoration video can be seen online here.

THANK YOU to Dented Buoy Pizza for the donation of the Pizza Dough!  They donated 42 pizza crusts for our eating pleasure, and dedicated their time to train us in the operation of the oven.  Dented Buoy operates a similar oven (from a trailer) on Saturdays at the Port Townsend Farmer’s Market.

Thanks to Finnriver Cidery for donating sales of cider to NOSC, raising over $140 to support NOSC education programs.DSCN2129

Thanks to JCCD and District Manager Dana Ecelberger, for reaching out to continue the great partnership that NOSC and JCCD have enjoyed over the years.  Thanks to the Supervisors who came out to help out.  Contact her at dana@jeffersoncd.org to get on the mailing list to find out about upcoming movie showings as well as other free-of-charge services and opportunities that the District offers.

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