PULLMAN, Wash. — Volunteer workers from the campus and community are needed for ecological plantings/environmental restoration on the edge of two ponds at Washington State University.
The plantings/restoration is part of the university and city of
Workers will plant trees, shrubs and perennial herbs around two storm water wetland ponds on the Pullman-Moscow Highway, state Route 270, below WSU’s Yakama Village graduate student housing, said Bobbie Ryder, Cougar Pride Days committee member.
Plants were purchased through the collaborative efforts of university departments, including environmental health and safety, the Office of Business Affairs’ real estate section, environmental science and regional planning, horticulture and landscape architecture, natural resource sciences and capital planning and development.
To volunteer to work on the project, contact the
Visit the Cougar Pride Days Web site at wsu.edu/cougar-pride-days.