Tucked away in a secluded corner outside of Bow, the Washington Association of Conservation Districts Plant Materials Center is an unassuming powerhouse in the field of ecological restoration.

The 60-acre center holds rows and rows of Nootka rose, Douglas fir, western larch and black cottonwood, among many others.

Together, the center sells more than 80 native species. It sends more than two million plants each year throughout the Pacific Northwest to be used in restoration projects.

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