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Camas Lions help plant native trees

The Columbian
Published: March 23, 2024, 5:55am

CAMAS — For the second year, Camas Lions Club members answered the call for all nature enthusiasts and community heroes to plant native trees and restore a valuable green space in the heart of Camas.

The Lions, in partnership with the Watershed Alliance of SW Washington, joined 142 other community volunteers on Feb. 18 at Camas’ old WaferTech, now TSMC, campus. In less than three hours, volunteers planted 1,390 native trees and shrubs.

This collaborative effort transformed a portion of the TSMC property into a future native woodland that will benefit both the environment and the local community by filtering air, reducing stormwater runoff, and providing habitat for wildlife.