Me-Kwa-Mooks - Liberating Plants & Weed ...07/13/2018

Host: GSP forest stewards

This event was canceled

Activities

Me-kwa-mooks Park is more than the small picnic area you see from the street. Above the lawn on the hillside are twenty acres of woodlands with a nice network of trails for leisure walks. This spring and summer we'll continue the forest restoration effort: liberating native plants by removing invasive species such as ivy and blackberry. In the fall and winter we reforest by planting Pacific Northwest native species that provide a more natural habitat for wildlife.

Open to the public

All ages OK

2 out of 20 volunteers registered.

What to Bring

Dress for the day's weather and with shoes for muddy or rough terrain. Long pants and sleeves advised for work near nettles or blackberry. Tools and gloves are provided. Please bring water as there is none at the park.

Where to Meet

At a picnic table on the park lawn at 4503 Beach Drive.

Where to Park

There is street parking along Beach Drive.

Date & Time

July 13, 2018 1:30pm - 3:30pm

Contact

Phillip Osborne
psocoupeville@gmail.com

On day of event. Phillip's cell phone is 206-618-4258. Peter's phone is 612-616-2431.

Extra Info

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