Homeowners Association Leads Charge to Enhance its ‘Backyard’ at Black Lake (WA)

The main portion of the owners’ association project, which should begin soon and be complete in late August, will replace an existing three-pipe culvert with a modular 12-foot-wide by 30-foot-long, pressure-treated wooden bridge. About three months later, volunteers will help shore up the creek’s banks by planting approximately 1,200 willow stakes along the creek.   Read the article………….


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