Bring your string trimmer or grass shears and help us control invasive cereal rye in the Foothills. We've found that mowing this tall annual grass at the right time will stop seed production for the year.
Plants and wildflowers add to the beauty of our foothills and improve the air and water quality, enrich and maintain the soil, sustain wildlife and provide humans with food and medicine.
The Wenatchee Foothills are a local treasure that symbolize why many people live in north central Washington—natural beauty, open space, and unparalleled recreational access just outside city limits. The beautiful, rolling shrub steppe is home to mule deer and Western Meadowlark.
Broadview Canyon's 52 undeveloped acres sit at the edge of the Wenatchee Foothills. The land, which will be added to Wenatchee’s permanently protected open space, is a key access point to pristine lands and outdoor recreation. This project is a key piece of the Land Trust's work to systematically preserve key lands along the foothills.
Saturday will be bursting with good intentions as Make a Difference Day volunteers across North Central Washington take on a variety of projects aimed at helping others. To read more at the Wenatchee World, click here.