McKenzie Upper-Willamette Trout Unlimited kicks non-native blackberry butt

In order to give shade-producing, soil-holding native plants a chance, Trout Unlimited Chapter 678 adopted 100 yards of blackberry bramble three years ago in Alton Baker. Last night volunteers came out to dig out blackberry regrowth and mulch and water our native trees and shrubs. Thank you for everybody who came out — great night on the river and at McMenamin’s North Bank afterward. Click this link to sign up for future email newsletters from our TU chapter. Next event is Thurs 5/28. We’ll be watching fly fishing/conservation movies at Eugene City Brewery. Come on out for a free movie night and drink some beer with us.

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

Blackberry pulling goodtimes

-MS

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