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Location: Seattle, WA 98117 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
As the City of Seattle's largest multi-use park at 534 acres, Discovery Park is a park of regional significance. It is a major draw for a wide demographic range of users as well as recreational opportunities. It is also one of the best places in Seattle for bird watching with over 230 species identified. Many of the areas of the park have been degraded by invasive plant species and lack the diverse ha more
Location: Mercer Island, WA 98040 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
Join the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust as we partner with the City of Mercer Island in restoring habitat along the new trail through Gallagher Hill Open Space. The 11 acre natural area is part of Mercer Island's open space system. Volunteers recently worked to build a new trail through this open space that serves as an important connection between SE 36th Street and E Shorewood Drive, encouraging p more
Location: Issaquah, WA 98027 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
Park Point is a 102 acre natural area located between Issaquah High School and Tiger Mountain. The City of Issaquah had deemed to keep Park Pointe as an open space and is actively restoring 30 acres of wetlands. Over the past several years, the city and Washington Conservation Corp Crews have been removing invasive plants from the wetlands which is the home of a small tributary of Issaquah Creek, an im more
Location: Issaquah, WA 98027 Working to protect our Environment Youth Group One Day Family
Sammamish Cove is a former dairy farm adjacent to Lake Sammamish State Park. It borders Tibbetts Creek, a salmon-bearing stream, to the Northeast. Boasting sweeping views of the Issaquah Alps, the area has been overwhelmed by invasive weeds. Greenway Trust volunteers planted native trees and shrubs along the creek to restore salmon habitat and now we need to return to the site to remove the blackberry more
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