|Olivia Sittauer (left), a junior Communictions major at Western from Seattle, and
Brandon Osterlund, a senior Environmental Science major at Western from Kalama,
put the finishing touches on the tree they planted.
|Naio McCush, a Western junior from Silver City,
New Mexico in the
Vehicle Research Institute,
attaches stakes to a protective blue tube.
|Justine Mims, who came from Portland,
Oregon and is a freshman in
prepares a new home for her tree.
Alana DiMarco, from Mukilteo, a Western Environmental Education volunteer with NSEA, welcomed and registered volunteers as they reported in.
|Alana DiMarco, who is a senior at Western, volunteers
nearly every day with NSEA.
Ken Johnson’s sixth grade class from Blaine Middle School made a significant contribution to reforestation of the Terrell Creek watershed. Although he offers extra credit for participation, he says most of the kids who turn out are already A students.
|Ken Johnson’s sixth grade class get extra credit for their tree planting work.|
Stu Currier, who says he is old enough to collect Medicare, has participated in tree plantings for 14 years, including several trips to Terrell Creek, Whatcom Creek and other sites.
|Stu Currier, a Bellingham resident, has been
planting NSEA trees for 14 years.
The fall and spring work party schedules are posted on NSEA’s Web site www.n-sea.org