Green Spaces moves to video – Wendy’s inaugural VLOG (video blog) post talks about her appreciation of native plants

In Wendy Hughes-Jelen’s inaugural VIDEO blog post she shares her experience of growing up in the country, moving to the city as an adult, and THEN coming to appreciate the plants she took for granted as a kid.

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She discovered that there are many parks and small green spaces where the native plants she loves thrive – often through restoration and stewardship efforts such as the Native Plant Stewardship training program of the Washington Native Plant Society. Wendy is a 2001 graduate of the WNPS stewardship program and helped restore a 3 acre green space next to Chief Sealth High School in West Seattle.

Visit www.WNPS.org for more information regarding native plant stewardship training.

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