Winter Twig Identification Field Course
Instructors training in the field.
Taking note of key ID features.
Check out that Alder canopy!
Beauty is in the details.
MLK Day at the Nursery
Potting creeping raspberries.
Leaders admiring success after a full day.
Nursery organization w/ WCC
Washington Conservation Corps. aided in our New Years organization efforts at the NPSF Nursery by sorting a bazillion pots and gave some much needed TLC to plants. Thanks crew!
Beautifully cleared upper nursery area!
Nursery Potting & Divisions
Saturday morning educational opportunity.
A great place for old and new friends to meet!
SNP third crew to contribute to New Years organization
Thanks for traveling to learn and volunteer with us, Sound Native Plants! Come and visit again soon.
Final planting of the season @ Darlin Creek Preserve w/ WCC
Thanks for your hard work team! We finished this job in half the time expected; always amazed by Washington Conservation Corps.
We like to get them started young!
The perfect Plant Super-hero pose!
Rock on! (we like to have some fun)…
Training on salvage techniques in the field.
Hooray! Victory! Success!
No one makes soups like Erica; nor does homemade soup ever taste better than on a cold NPSalvage afternoon!
Soup and photo bombs after a morning of hard work!
We encourage you to bring the whole crew!
Working through the thick of it!
Gearing up for the afternoon at the nursery.
Advanced salvage and propagation techniques.
Plant propagation and shenanigans back at the nursery.
More propagation at the nursery!
Our delightful Fungi Walk crew, thanks for making it happen!
Instructors studying in the field.
Photo credit: Lauren Re
Field education is our favorite type of education.
Photo credit: Instructor Pete