Work party in Twin Ponds Saturday 10am to 1pm - volunteers needed

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Volunteers have made a huge difference at Twin Ponds

Join fellow citizens in an effort to restore wildlife in the southern end of Twin Ponds Park at a work party on May 12 from 10am to 1pm near the parking lot that is one block north of 149th St along First Ave.

Local residents have been working since July to remove invasive weeds and add native plants to the site. This will be our twelfth work party.

Park visitors may see an increase in flowering shrubs, birds and butterflies and other wildlife along Thornton Creek. It is now possible to see from the bridge across the creek clear through to First Ave. 

More volunteers are needed!
New and continuing volunteers are needed to recreate this habitat.

We will talk to you about safety and work procedures before we start work. Please be sure to sign in.

Bring sturdy footwear and wear layered clothing, raincoats and hats or sunscreen and sun hat. 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 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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