Restore Duwamish Hill
April 20 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Happy Earth Month! Join resident Forest Stewards and the Tukwila community to beautify and create a sustainable native habitat at Duwamish Hill Preserve. We will be removing young blackberries and clearing space for fall plantings.
All tools and training provided.
About the Hill:
The unique ecosystems at the Duwamish Hill Preserve highlight oak savannahs, camas prairie, wet sedge meadow, and the tule wetland. The hill itself is a geological wonder and is actually older than Mt. Rainier!
About Duwamish Alive:
Our primary goals are to: Promote a healthy, functioning habitat in the Duwamish River Watershed by increasing and connecting habitat and addressing critical issues affecting the watershed’s health. Involve community members in direct stewardship of the watershed through volunteer work parties, environmental education, and neighborhood celebrations
Open to the public
All ages OK
0 out of 50 participants registered.
What to Bring
A full water bottle, clothes that can get dirty, gloves if you have them, and closed-toe shoes.
Where to Meet
3800 S 115th St, Tukwila, WA 98168, meet in the field by the road.
Where to Park
Across the road from the park, above the river.
Date & Time
April 20, 2024 10am – 1pm
Register here to volunteer: https://tukwila.greencitypartnerships.org/event/177/
Click here for other Tukwila work parties: https://tukwila.greencitypartnerships.org/event/map/