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January 20, 2022

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Lavilla Meadows Work Party

January 20, 9am-11am @ LaVilla Meadows NA on TC

We will be removing Herb Robert, grasses, ivy, and other non-native plants from the area and building compost rafts so fun! more

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Habitat restoration on Queen Anne

January 21, 1pm-4pm @ SW Queen Anne Greenbelt

We will be removing invasives and mulching from around the new native plants. more

21

Magnuson Reforestation

January 21, 9am-12pm @ Warren G. Magnuson Park

Help improve habitat and create replacement forest on a formerly denuded navy airfield. The aim is to create healthy forest habitat and increase beneficial ecosystem services including provision of human enjoyment and health. It is also an opportunity to enjoy nature and learn a bit about native plants while doing satisfying work. Work is most likely to include removing invasive plants like blackberry but may also include other tasks such as distributing wood chip mulch. more

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Planting at NE 65th to NE 70th East

January 21, 9am-12:30pm @ Burke-Gilman Trail

We'll be planting the area between NE 65th St and 58th Ave NE more

22

Camp Long Restoration Event

January 22, 10am-12:30pm @ Camp Long

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Fall Planting at Kingfisher Natural Area on Thornton Creek

January 22, 10am-2pm @ Kingfisher Natural Area on TC

Fall planting along the South branch of the Thornton Creek watershed. We will be removing invasive species from King Fisher Natural Area with Seattle Parks Stewards and installing conifer treees into select areas. Some trail work may also be part of the tasks for the day if of interest. more

23

Transforming Beaver Pond Natural Area Planting Party

January 23, 10am-12pm @ Beaver Pond Natural Area on TC

Late but not forgotten, native shrubs waiting to get into the ground at Beaver Pond Natural Area and you can help. After "tucking" them in for the rest of winter, we will give them a thick layer of mulch all around to keep them warm and protected. Level area has already been weeded and soils loosened so planting should be easy. Planting guidance will be provided at start of event. Weather reports show cloudy with showers, but if it is pouring rain, we will reschedule. more

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Planting in Yesler Ravine

January 24, 9am-12:30pm @ Yesler Creek Headwaters

We'll be planting in Yesler Ravine South of Metropolitan Market more

25

Northacres Stewardship Team

January 25, 9:30am-1pm @ Northacres Park

Please join us as we improve wildlife habitat and trail corridors for park users. The focus is on slow and careful work by folks who want to learn about and support the urban forest. No experience is necessary and all are welcome and encouraged to join regardless of age or ability! Specific work will involve pruning and weeding as we nurture biodiversity at the park. more

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Camp Long Restoration Event

January 26, 10am-12:30pm @ Camp Long

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Planting at Gina's Burke-Gilman Trail

January 26, 9am-12:30pm @ Burke-Gilman Trail

We'll be planting and then weeding at management Unit 4 central East more

27

Lavilla Meadows Work Party

January 27, 9am-11am @ LaVilla Meadows NA on TC

Removing Herb Robert, grasses and other non-native plants. Building compost rafts and mulching areas that have been weeded. more

28

UW Capstone Site Restoration

January 28, 10am-1pm @ Lincoln Park

2022 UW POE Capstone Internship at Lincoln Park - January work sessions more

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Daybreak Star Community Work Party (1)

January 29, 11am-1pm @ Daybreak Star

We are working in collaboration as Indigenous People to restore the forests and waterways around Daybreak Star Cultural Center. We are honoring the dreams of the communities that sacrificed to make this space possible for us by creating a Food Sovereignty Teaching Forest. In this work we are prioritizing BIPOC folks to participate, and to keep our communities safe we are limiting participation to 50 people. more

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Daybreak Star Community Work Party (2)

January 29, 1:30pm-3:30pm @ Daybreak Star

We are working in collaboration as Indigenous People to restore the forests and waterways around Daybreak Star Cultural Center. We are honoring the dreams of the communities that sacrificed to make this space possible for us by creating a Food Sovereignty Teaching Forest. In this work we are prioritizing BIPOC folks to participate, and to keep our communities safe we are limiting participation to 35 people. more

29

Fall Planting at Kingfisher Natural Area on Thornton Creek

January 29, 10am-2pm @ Kingfisher Natural Area on TC

Fall planting along the South branch of the Thornton Creek watershed. We will be removing invasive species from King Fisher Natural Area with Seattle Parks Stewards and installing conifer treees into select areas. Some trail work may also be part of the tasks for the day if of interest. more

29

Thistle Street GS Restoration Event

January 29, 10am-12:30pm @ Longfellow Creek GS: Thistle Street Greenspace

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