Input needed for Harper Estuary restoration

‘Walkshop’ set for Sunday, Feb. 24.

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap County’s Department of Community Development is urging residents to participate in a “walkshop” Sunday, Feb. 24, to discuss Harper Estuary’s restoration project and improvements at Harper Park.

The event will take place at the park, 3500 SE Southworth Drive in Port Orchard, at 2 p.m. Those attending will be encouraged to provide comments, become a steward, volunteer or contribute in other ways to improve the Harper projects.

Goals for the session are to build community engagement and outreach metrics from previous participation, according to Christina Kereki, an environmental planner with Kitsap County.

Project updates can be accessed at

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