Wow, four-hundred might be a new Stewardship Squad record for the number of bare root plants potted up. We enjoyed very warm sun and a nice crowd at the King Conservation District's wetland plant nursery for planting red osier dogwood and salmonberry into pots for future-use in restoration projects. The kids checked the flooded beds for signs of their beloved tadpoles, but will have to come back in the spring for much activity. They worked so swiftly that they also had plenty of time for the usual tag, hide & seek and epic snacking- essential components of most activities. We look forward to using these plants out in the field at future work parties.