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This semi-regular enewsletter celebrates all-things Pacific madrone, highlighting our conservation and restoration efforts while connecting tree researchers and enthusiasts along the way

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Marianne Elliott

Marianne is a Research Associate at Washington State University Extension Puyallup specializing in Forest Pathology.
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Michael Yadrick

Michael is a Plant Ecologist with City of Seattle Parks and Recreation, supporting Green Seattle Partnership.
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Could Be You

Do you have Arbutus-themed photos, research or ideas to share. Let us know by reaching out below.
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The Collective

Our favorite tree is the largest species in the family Ericaceae. It is true native to the Cascadian bioregion. Read more about it in this comprehensive resource: 
Sonja L. Reeves, Fire Effects Information System

https://www.fs.fed.us/database/feis/plants/tree/arbmen/all.html
Visit the Washington State University Ornamental Plant Pathology Program webpage focused on Pacific madrone research
Arbutus menziesii is the 1st Western tree on TreeSnap. Now anyone can “tag” your favorite tree. All a person needs to do is download the free app on a mobile device and have a basic knowledge of how to identify the madrones.
With renewed interest in conserving madrones, Green Seattle Partnership decided to launch the Madrone Recovery Project in 2018 to restore the mixed conifer-broadleaf forests throughout Seattle's natural area parks.
Upcoming Events!
Join the Arbutus ARME on Saturday, February 16 in Seattle and March 23 in Puyallup. The workshops will explore madrone basics, forest ecology, pathogens, conservation efforts and propagation tips. We will also introduce everyone to the TreeSnap app to survey and map madrone anywhere and everywhere.

Pre-registration is required by following these links: 
Camp Long in Seattle
 seattle.greencitypartnerships.org/event/15295
WSU Puyallup ppo.puyallup.wsu.edu/pmr/workshops2019

These programs are brought to you by Washington State University Extension Plant Pathology Program and Seattle Parks and Recreation.
Send your ideas, projects,announcements, or other madrone-related items for the newsletter to arbutusarme@gmail.com
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