Urban Forest Restoration continues in the City of Shoreline this weekend Sept 16-17

Friday, September 15, 2017

Hamlin Park
Photo courtesy City of Shoreline


Join Master Native Plant Stewards from the Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS) and volunteer this fall restoring urban forests across the City of Shoreline! Removal of invasive weeds is underway, and we need help this fall preparing for and installing native plants in these beautiful and ecologically profound urban parks. We have six different projects and twenty-four work parties to choose from:

Hamlin Park
3rd Saturdays from 10am to 1pm

Saturday, September 16

Shoreview Park
3rd Sundays from 9am to 12pm

Sunday, September 17

Twin Ponds (North End)
3rd Saturdays from 10am to 12pm)

Saturday, September 16


1 comments:

Anonymous,  September 15, 2017 at 12:41 PM  

How crazy is it to work on urban forest restoration regularly in Hamlin Park (great and important work) while the City of Shoreline wants to mow down a huge section of the forest in the park. It's looking like those pesky trees will be killed so the city can pave it over. Once again, the city turns a deaf ear to its citizens and demonstrates how much it actually values their hard work.

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