EWHS Students Saving Salmon group improving Shell Creek

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Edmonds-Woodway High School students were out during the weekend conducting habitat restoration along Shell Creek on Holy Rosary Church property.

Students were joined by the Edmonds Tree Board and Holy Rosary Church members in removing invasive Himalayan blackberry, English ivy and bind weed (morning glory) plants and preparing the site for the planting of native shrubs and trees Oct. 28.

This habitat restoration project by the Students Saving Salmon club at EWHS is a part of the students’ efforts to enhance coho and chum salmon populations in Shell Creek and improve Edmonds’ natural environment.

5 Replies to “EWHS Students Saving Salmon group improving Shell Creek”

  1. Students working to enhance our water shed are commendable, and deeply appreciated. You are the leaders of today and tomorrow. BRAVO!

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  2. How wonderful to have young people involved in protecting our environment. I suspect this experience will have a life-long impact on their thinking and actions.

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  3. Huge kudos to these students for their wonderful work to protect the health of Shell Creek. You are great role models for community involvement and environmental stewardship. Bravo!

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  4. A great big thank you to the students of Edmonds Woodway High School for your time and hard work on the habitat restoration for the coho and chum salmon population in Shell Creek. Additionally, a big thank you to Edmonds’ Tree Boards members of Holy Rosary Church members hard work and commitment to this project. :0)

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  5. Great job to all for this project! Thank you Joe Scordino for continuing to educate the Students Saving Salmon and assisting Holy Rosary for what will be a remarkable project. Bravo to all involved.

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