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Burke-Gilman Trail - Habitat Restoration along BG ...02/19/2017
Habitat Restoration and Enhancement; an effort to bring this area back to a more natural environment for all to enjoy and feel safe. Learn more about who we are, how you can help, and understand further the focus of our project. We typically clear areas of invasive plants, prune existing native plants for better growth, plant a few native plants, and spread mulch to support healthy soil and plant growth. On this day we will be doing light clearing, spreading mulch, add some native plants, and enjoying the wildlife. Thank you for your time and interest.
Open to the public
All ages OK
15 out of 20 volunteers registered.
What to Bring
Safe footwear (boots if possible), dress for the weather and some muddy terrain. Bring own snacks if you wish, and light snacks/coffee/tea/water are also provided. Gloves and tools available on site.
Where to Meet
Meet at the Burke-Gilman Trail access sign along Sand Point Way NE in Seattle, just north of the NOAA entrance and across from the Arena Sports hangar. Bus stop (#75) near Sand Point and 77th. From 77th walk two blocks north along Sand Point, and follow signs.
Where to Park
Along Sand Point Way across from the Park Access sign, north of 77th.