Montesori Earth School- On a Wonderful Day
Good work of cutting lower field broom and monitoring coho returns was done by 1/2 of Ric Fry’s class. With fall turning to winter, the land saturated and the creek flowing high, it was a fine day of work and exploration on a welcomely sunny day. At this early point in the run, the coho tally was three dead fish and one live one. Ironically, the only group to see the live fish was the group that wasn’t looking for fish! The beaver dam is long gone, thanks to the high water in the past two weeks.