Clean up help wanted

Estuary clean up needed

Sooke resident wants to initiate a clean up of estuary

From a reader: While walking on the estuary I found a whole bunch of junk that somebody rolled down the hill.

From an edible landscaping point of view the cattails and the skunk cabbage in the estuary are awesome.

I heard that bad news sells better, so I hope this news will help your business.

Does anybody want to get together with me and find a better use for those tires?

I have more to learn about estuaries.  I saw something that looked like oil floating on top of the water.  Is that natural or the result of someone’s carelessness?

You can find my contact info at: eeLandscaping.blogspot.com

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