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Published: Wednesday, October 2, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Stream Center installs a growing roof

  • NW Stream Center volunteer Larry Gearheard (left) and intern Kyle Olsen install pieces of a green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    NW Stream Center volunteer Larry Gearheard (left) and intern Kyle Olsen install pieces of a green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park Tuesday afternoon.
  • NW Stream Center volunteer Larry Gearheard installs pieces of a green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park on Tuesday afternoon.

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    NW Stream Center volunteer Larry Gearheard installs pieces of a green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park on Tuesday afternoon.
  • NW Stream Center volunteer Larry Gearheard, center, picks up a piece of the new green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park Tuesday aft...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    NW Stream Center volunteer Larry Gearheard, center, picks up a piece of the new green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park Tuesday afternoon.
  • NW Stream Center interns Jeff Baldock, Audrey Meyer and Kyle Olsen install a green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park on Tuesday aft...

    Mark Mulligan / The Herald

    NW Stream Center interns Jeff Baldock, Audrey Meyer and Kyle Olsen install a green roof on the gatehouse at the center in McCollum Park on Tuesday afternoon.
Adopt A Stream Foundation student interns and volunteers installed a green roof of plants on the new gatehouse of the Northwest Stream Center at McCollum Park in Everett on Tuesday.
The gatehouse is the latest development at the center and includes a visitors building and a 160-foot-long trout stream exhibit that is nearly complete. Learn more about Adopt a Stream and the center at www.streamkeeper.org.


Story tags » Natural resourcesWildlife Habitat

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