Date of volunteer work: 11/03/2018.
Site Name: Tideman/Johnson.
Number of hours worked: 2.0.
Field notes:

A small group of volunteers entered the expansive west side of the area. We saw three deer throughout the visit – two doe, one young buck. We pulled a lot of blackberry and clematis freeing hidden indian plum and snowberry.. We also pulled a bit of ivy and gathered a little of trash. Young ferns are thriving from an earlier planting this year. It was decided more Oregon grape needed planting in the area. Several camps remain scattered throughout Tideman/Johnson – some abandoned, some not. There are still lots of areas with trash that need removal. It was a great day in the area.

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