Kristin Hammer, owner of Nature Together, helps a stuck Lincoln Mays, 3, climb out of a tree stump in an area the kids call the “pirate ship” in Japanese Gulch. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Kristin Hammer, owner of Nature Together, helps a stuck Lincoln Mays, 3, climb out of a tree stump in an area the kids call the “pirate ship” in Japanese Gulch. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

This Mukilteo shop owner will help you get back to nature

Kristin Hammer owns Nature Together, an outdoors store that also offers classes for kids and adults.

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