Stewardship Squad returned to the old clay pit mine restoration site on Cougar Mountain to plant trees with King County. This wide open site used to produce the clay baked into bricks- the ones used for Red Squad at the UW. It's fun to discover the brick remnants lying around, making the historical connection quite obvious.
The intrepid group of families braved heavy rain and muck to plant the last of the native trees in the restoration site. Squad's previous work party here. We look forward to returning later in the spring to see our trees put on their new growth, and hopefully have enough visibility to see the mountain view.