The roof kept the rain off but the kids loved finding other ways to get filthy. We potted up red osier dogwood / Cornus sericea for use in restoration and habitat-enhancement projects. New potting soil was also mixed-up with a blend suitable for plants that like soggy feet and includes biosolids from the nearby water treatment plant. As usual, there was hot competition for who got to push the full cart. King Conservation District offers native plants in exchange for volunteering in their nursery. Come back in the spring and summer to see the tadpoles and frogs that love the flooded beds.