Spokane County Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Inland Northwest Land Conservancy, will be planting 200 native plants along the southern bank of Deadman Creek to improve water quality, enhance habitat, provide aesthetic structure, and reduce weed populations in the area! We need volunteers to help us get this important work done!
Feryn Conservation Area is a beautiful place, full of deer, moose, coyotes, and lots of birds! Not to mention the beautiful views of Mt. Spokane and the Peone Prairie! This property is where Deadman Creek and Peone Creek converge, creating a lush wetland that local wildlife relies on, and where water is slowly cleansed before flowing downstream to the Little Spokane.
We’ll send out more information to your registered email before the work party, but here’s what you need to know:
When: Saturday, November 5th (10:00am-12:30pm)
What we’ll provide:
– Shovels and other necessary tools
– A restroom
What you need to bring:
– Weather appropriate layers
– Drinking water or a re-fillable water bottle
– Sturdy boots or hiking shoes
Please refer to Centers for Disease Control and Washington State Department of Health for current Covid-19 regulations and best practices.