Volunteers of all ages help plant native vegetation at a site near Sunrise at Mount Rainier National Park during the 2015 National Public Lands Day. This year’s celebration is Sept. 24.
Volunteers of all ages help plant native vegetation at a site near Sunrise at Mount Rainier National Park during the 2015 National Public Lands Day. This year’s celebration is Sept. 24. Mount Rainier National Park Courtesy
Volunteers of all ages help plant native vegetation at a site near Sunrise at Mount Rainier National Park during the 2015 National Public Lands Day. This year’s celebration is Sept. 24. Mount Rainier National Park Courtesy

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