August 26, 9-11 am, Cottonwood Park, 7414 Cottonwood Dr. SE
Spend an hour or two caring for trees in the Cottonwood Forest area of Snoqualmie Ridge on Saturday morning. This volunteer event consists of two activities that keep trees healthy: spreading mulch to preserve moisture, and removing invasive blackberry, which impacts local plants and wildlife.
No experience is required and all ages are welcome. Tools will be provided. Join neighbors, family, and friends in the ongoing work at this forested site. Learn to identify types of blackberry plants and help preserve the local forest and trails.
About the Green Snoqualmie Partnership
The Green Snoqualmie Partnership continues the region's forest legacy and invites people of all ages to get outside, have fun, and engage in helping restore our green spaces.
What To Bring
Bring yourself and a bottle of water. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, sturdy shoes, and work gloves if you have them (we have some you can borrow).
Learn more and sign up.
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