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Islanders help out during Day of Action

Maia McNett and Barbara Trafton attack a thick growth of holly hiding amid blackberry vines.   - Photo courtesy of Barbara French, The Nature Conservancy
Maia McNett and Barbara Trafton attack a thick growth of holly hiding amid blackberry vines.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Barbara French, The Nature Conservancy

About 20 volunteers cleared enormous quantities of holly, including holly trees, from Waterfront Park Saturday, Aug. 19 as part of a Day of Action for the Puget Sound Summer of Solutions.

The Day of Action is a joint project between the Nature Conservancy and Washington Environmental Council to bring people together on behalf of Puget Sound.

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