Monday, October 31, 2016
|This newly mulched area is |
the target of the fall planting party.
Photo by Yoshiko Saheki
Meet on the Meridian Avenue side near the covered wood chip pile.
Celebrate the end of Daylight Savings Time by participating in a fall planting party at Twin Ponds Park!
Earlier this year, the Stewards of Twin Ponds Park removed ivy, bindweed and blackberry in an area along the southern edge of the park.
It is now time to plant, to take advantage of the rainy seasons. The City of Shoreline Parks Department has generously agreed to purchase the native plants that are suitable for this topography.
Please help us plant! We also want to extend this restoration area and could use help taking out more invasives and moving in mulch.
Bring your own gloves and your favorite gardening tool. The Stewards will provide larger tools, such as loppers and shovels.
Remember, you get an extra hour of sleep on the morning of November 6th. You will feel refreshed and ready to help the environment by planting native plants in Twin Ponds Park!
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