Janet Carroll is a member of the Mukilteo Wildlife Habitat Project.
After two years of getting landowners to certify their yards as wildlife habitat and conducting educational activities, Mukilteo has been certified as a National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat.
The group continues their commitment to wildlife by creating and enhancing wildlife habitat in Mukilteo and connecting residents with nature.
For more information on the project, go to www.mukilteowildlife.org, contact the group at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 425-514-5979.
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By Janet Carroll, ... - Jan 26Photo courtesy of Janet Carroll. Above is the English laurel plant. Have you seen this plant in Mukilteo’s forested gulches or parks? English ...
By Janet Carroll, ... - Sep 22Photo courtesy of Janet Carroll Knotweed is on the Washington State Department of Agriculture Prohibited Plant List. You cannot transport, sell ...
By Janet Carroll, ... - Nov 24Photo courtesy of Janet Carroll The invasive Himalayan blackberries, shown above, are not on the Washington state Noxious Weed List because it ...
By Janet Carroll, ... - Aug 25I am obsessed with ridding my yard, and Mukilteo parks and open spaces of English Ivy. I want ivy out. Every day, I am astonished at the ...