Even as the COVID delta variant surges and wildfires continue to bring smoke to Seattle, our MeadoWatch volunteers are still getting out to Mt. Rainier and collecting wildflower phenology data. We have about 90 volunteers this season, with a mix of new and returning participants, and over 100 hikes recorded so far. The volunteer coordinators, Annie Schiffer and Ava Kloss-Schmidt, have loved interacting with groups of volunteers on the trails every time that they’ve gone to collect data. We are so impressed by the volunteers’ commitment to the program, and we’ve really enjoyed getting to know the program through our volunteers. There’s still another month or so left of the MeadoWatch season, so if you haven’t gotten the chance to get out on the trails, make sure to go before the flowers are gone!
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Despite smoke and COVID, participation remains high in MeadoWatch program