Native Plant Restoration
Since 1999 we have installed native trees and shrubs along rivers and streams in Eastern and Western Washington. Our purpose is to enhance and establish riparian forest where it once provided shade, nutrients and habitat to fish and wildlife.
Restoration in the Inland Northwest upland habitat is one of our biggest challenges. We use native grasses and forbs specific to the region and biotype we are restoring. We use a variety of methods to reduce weed populations, prepare seed beds and introduce natives when restoring some of our more fragile ecosystems.