Located at the end of Brygger Drive W., Kiwanis Ravine Stevens is our newest work area. The extensive array of native plants were planted more recently and are still in the process of getting established. Attractive shrubs seen here include high-bush cranberry, red-flowering currant, salmonberry and Nootka rose. Several tree species occur, including Oregon white oak, also known as Garry oak, Washington’s only oak species, which is a common tree in our south prairie habitat. A lower bench here is still “under construction”, as it is presently so densely populated with shrubs as to be impenetrable.