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Help Clallam Broom Busters combat area’s noxious weed

The public is invited to join Broom Busters Gretha and Doug Davis in pulling invasive Scotch broom on the Olympic Discovery Trail from 9 a.m.-noon each Wednesday in May, beginning in Blyn and ending in Sequim.
The noxious weed replaces native plants and reduces food/habitat for wildlife.
The project also is a Dungeness Spring Fling fundraiser: Funds raised support educational programs at the Dungeness River Audubon Center and Railroad Bridge Park.
Volunteers who can join in the work can gather pledges for their broom-pulling. Those who cannot pull are invited to sponsor those who can. Snacks and beverages are provided by Peninsula Trails Coalition.
For more details or to RSVP, call 477-5407 or e-mail gretha.d@wavecable.com.
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