Marshall Community CoalitionMarshall Community Coalition Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 to address our surface and groundwater issues in the Marshall Creek Watershed through information and education with community involvement and agency support.
Projects currently underway are Marshall Creek restoration, Queen Lucas Lake, Marshall Landfill, Spokane to Fish Lake Trail, Pasco to Fish Lake Trail, and our newest project, Fish Lake Park. These long-term 10-20 year projects involve the community, up to 7 schools a year and 11 agencies all working cooperatively to enhance and protect out watershed.
These projects consist of planting wildlife habitat, streambank stabilization, water quality studies, stream surveys, and historical land use studies, along with trail clean-ups and plantings involving students and community members.
Living With Native PlantsLiving With Native Plants, An Illustrated Planting Handbook For The Inland Pacific Northwest, is the title of a new edition of an invaluable book from the Marshall Community Coalition. Forty four of the Inland Pacific Northwestís native plants are illustrated and described. This ëhow toí book is for anyone that is considering planting local native plants or working on restoration projects.
Living With Native Plants answers landowners questions about the logistics and benefits of using native plants on and around their property, promotes awareness of the inter-relationships between native plants and our environment, and encourages citizens to become involved in enhancement or restoration projects.
Living With Native Plantsis available at local bookstores and can be ordered from Marshall Community Coalition.
Marshall Community Coalition
P.O. Box 162, Marshall, WA 99020-0162 Phone: 509.443.0412, email: MCC@Desktop.org Copyright 1997 Little Spokane Watershed Council Revised 10/3/97