Photos. Preserve trillium, garden grazers, flowering plants.
Environmental Movies. We have been told that recent movies at the Harbor Museum have sold out and people have been turned away. But because it is Good Friday there is room tonight for this double feature.
Heritage Film Series. This Friday, 4/14/17, at 7 pm the Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor will show two local area films, “Buried in Sawdust for 50 Years” and “Illahee – Saving Puget Sound One Watershed at a Time”. http://harborhistorymuseum.
Photos. The skunk cabbage photo will be explained further in the wetland section. The rabbit is a first for me during a walk today in Illahee.
Friday Work Party. Another major work party at the Illahee Preserve with about 65 participants happened on Friday, March 17, with volunteers showing up from 7 am and departing after 4 pm. For all day events with the Washington Youth Academy (WYA) require a Port-a-Potty which is provided for by Jim Fox of Cool Car Classics.
Abandoned Car Reports. Calls, emails, and photos coming in about an abandoned car in the Illahee Preserve.
Photos. Marine traffic and the Saturday departure of the USS Independence (CV62).
Port Meeting Wednesday. The Port of Illahee meets the second Wednesday of each month at 5 pm at 5500 Illahee Road. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. The sign provides the details.