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Volunteers invited to Turnbull Refuge planting party

Allium geyeri, Geyer's onion, blooms on the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge.  (Douglas King / Courtesy of the Nature Conservancy)
Allium geyeri, Geyer's onion, blooms on the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. (Douglas King / Courtesy of the Nature Conservancy)

PUBLIC LANDS — Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge and Spokane Audubon Society will host a community work party 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, May 10. This is part of an ongoing community effort to restore native riparian habitat to benefit birds and other wildlife species.

Hundreds of native saplings will be ready to plant, and fencing to build at the project site to protect the trees from deer, elk, and moose browsing. Everyone is welcome!

The Refuge will also host a potluck lunch.
  • Where: Turnbull NWR Headquarters, 5 miles south of Cheney on Cheney-Plaza Road: turn left on Smith Road and drive 2 miles on gravel road to headquarters.
  • Clothing: Long-sleeved shirt, work pants, sturdy boots or shoes, gloves.
  • Equipment: (If you can) shovels and pliers.



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