Friends of Morgan Junction Parks wraps up ‘productive 1st year’

November 23, 2013 at 10:06 pm | In Environment, Fairmount Springs, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

The photo and report are from Friends of Morgan Junction ParksBarry White:

Friends of Morgan Junction Parks concluded a productive first year this morning with the first phase of a restoration project at the Juneau/Fauntleroy triangle. [map] Volunteers dug out some weedy and deeply buried street trees and applied fresh mulch. A considerable understory of ivy that ran throughout the land was removed, and a maze of dead, low-hanging branches was pruned out to bring much needed light into the interior.

We wish to thank the many volunteers who turned out this year at Morgan Junction Park, the triangle park next to Thriftway, and the Juneau triangle. We’ll start up again in spring with some planting parties at all three sites. Thanks to Morgan Community Association for their backing and to the folks at Seattle Parks and SDOT for the tools, mulch, and plants. It’s been a great year.

You’ll find more photos – and other info about FoMJP – on the group’s Facebook page.

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  1. Thanks FMJP for taking the time to improve our neighborhood, tough work but well worth it.

    Comment by Chrisd — 7:43 am November 24, 2013 #

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