Join the Arbutus ARME on Saturday morning to celebrate all-things Pacific madrone! In this session, we will focus on tree identification, forest ecology, pathogens, conservation and restoration efforts. We will also introduce everyone to the TreeSnap app to survey and map madrone anywhere and everywhere.
This program is brought to you by Seattle Parks and Recreation in partnership with Washington State University Extension Plant Pathology Program.
Open to the public
Puyallup: March 23, 2019, 9am – 1pm
What to Bring
Feel free to bring a light snack and come prepared for a short walk outside. Please bring a mobile device to download the TreeSnap App. Click here if you are interested in learning more about submitting data related to madrone health.
Where to Meet
2600 West Pioneer
Entrance on north side of Pioneer
Puyallup, WA 98371
click here for map
Where to Park
Park behind Kalkus Hall. A parking map is here.
The Puyallup Research and Extension Center has a Pierce Transit bus stop right at our front entrance on Pioneer Way. Please visit Pierce Transit for further information including System Maps and Bus Routes.