|A stone patio unearthed at Fireplace Plaza at the Evergreen|
Because of their success at rolling back the years of neglect and the invasion of blackberries the native riparian habitat is returning - Snowberry, thimbleberry, willows, and ferns are now able to once again flourish. Bob's Place is now Restoration Site #2.
Back at Restoration Site 1 at the Evergreen Ln. Entrance weeding and monitoring the planting beds on the hillside continue. Planted in February it is especially satisfying to see all these plants flourishing, most with seeds to be scattered across the hillside to fill in the empty spaces.
|Do you have time to research the History of Fireplace Plaza?|
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stone fireplace? We need your help. Contact