Sound Transit offering plants and landscaping materials in salvage event January 28

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

By Joni Earl, CEO Sound Transit

After the rough weather this week, maybe it's time to think about spring planting. We may be able to help. As part of our commitment to sustainability, Sound Transit is hosting a plant and landscaping materials salvage event on Saturday, January 28 from 10 am to noon in advance of building demolition at the site of the future Brooklyn and Roosevelt light rail stations.

Plants and landscaping materials will be available free on a first-come, first-served basis. And, you must supply your own tools such as shovels, pots and gloves, for removing and transporting the items.

The plants available on the Brooklyn Station site include Barberry, Nandina and Boxwood. The list of plants and landscaping materials available at the Roosevelt Station site includes Yew, Bamboo, Juniper, pavers, retaining wall systems and decorative concrete edging.

For more information, including where to meet, click here.


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