Help plant pollinator garden along 195th Trail on Saturday, Nov 3

Sunday, October 28, 2018

N 195th Trail between Meridian and 1st Ave NE
Photo by JM

The City of Shoreline's own Pollinator Garden Project is set for install the first Saturday in November - November 3, 2018 from 9am to 2pm. Water, coffee, and tools provided. Bring a reusable water bottle and your game face for a fun day in the dirt making a beautiful space for our region's pollinators.

Over 200 native plants will be installed along the 195th trail between Meridian and 1st Ave NE in the Echo Lake neighborhood. This popular bike and walking path is just south of the Ballinger Commons property and is frequented by school children and families alike.

Compost for the project is being donated by Sky Nursery and some plants will be donated by Go Natives!  -- Shoreline's own native plant nursery in Richmond Beach. The project is funded by the City of Shoreline and labor by volunteers like you!

All skill levels welcome to come help. Stay for an hour or all day. The duties will consist of laying burlap, spreading mulch, and planting plants. Besides doing an amazing service for our pollinators and the city of Shoreline, you will be helping to complete a project nearly a year in the works by creating a beautiful space for all to enjoy for many years to come.


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