SEQUIM: Volunteers to reseed areas damaged by off-road vehicles

SEQUIM — A work party is being planned to repair environmental damage caused by off-road vehicles in the Burnt Hill recreation area.

Volunteers will gather on the state Department of Natural Resources land June 16 to help restore and reseed land torn up by four-wheel-drive vehicles.

The work party will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Volunteers will meet on Johnson Creek Road about three-quarters of a mile south of Happy Valley Road, Resources Aquatic Land, Manager Wayne Fitzwater said Tuesday.

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