The clearing of debris from our land continues to be a priority as we continue to restore the northwest prairie ecosystem on our property. The reporting system is not letting me upload pictures, but if you click on our Facebook link below, you can see recent photos of flowers in bloom. This is what we hope to eventually find on 100 acres of our property, instead of just 5 or 10. Clearing tons of debris is an important step for making this happen!
Also, we are having an Open House this week. If you live nearby - stop in for a tour!
Open House May 10 - 12, 2012180 Parker Rd, Coupeville, WA
Tours every day at 10am, 4pm & 7pm
Free and appropriate for all ages.
Thank you for all your support!!
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