Work party in Twin Ponds Saturday

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Volunteers at Twin Ponds south
removing blackberries and ivy
WORK PARTY IN TWIN PONDS PARK ON SATURDAY APRIL 28, FROM 10:00 TO 1:00

Enjoy a beautiful spring day outdoors while helping to restore wildlife habitat in the southern end of Twin Ponds Park near the community garden and adjacent to one of two parking lots in the park.

Local residents have been working since July to remove invasive weeds and add native plants to the site. Park visitors have stopped to express great appreciation for the huge changes already made.

New and continuing volunteers are needed to maintain the site and continue to expand the restored area. We are working along First Ave now and Thornton Creek is visible from the sidewalk.

Bring sturdy footwear and wear layered clothing.. Gloves, tools, light snacks and water will be provided. Park near 149th Street and First Ave near the southern end of the park. The parking lot adjacent to where we are working may be full. (Avoid the lot at 155th St.) Contact us at: restoretwinpondssouth@outlook.com to let us know you are coming or for questions you may have.

This project is sponsored by the Shoreline Department of Parks and Recreation, King Conservation District and the Washington Native Plant Society.



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