Peninsula Trails Coalition seeking ‘Broom Busters’

The Peninsula Trails Coalition is seeking helpers to clear scotch broom from portions of the Olympic Discovery Trail, as part of the group’s Broom Busters program.

Now in its fifth year, Broom Busters groups meet at 9 a.m. on Wednesdays; in April, the group meets at: Whitefeahter Way in Sequim on April 5; 18th Street in Port Angeles on April 12; the Deer Park rest area between Sequim and Port Angeles on April 19, and the Heron Hall Library in Blyn on April 26.

Volunteers are asked to bring tools and snacks/water.

Broom Busters welcome donations, which are tax deductible. Make checks out to DRAC (Dungeness River Audubon Center) and mail to Gretha Davis, 51 Sapphire Place, Sequim WA 98382. For more information, contact Davis at gretha.d@wavecable.com or 477-5407.

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