Teamwork! Morgan Junction ‘triangle property’ blossoms with community, church collaboration

May 20, 2014 at 8:26 pm | In Gardening, How to help, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

What once was something of an eyesore is getting beautified, bit by bit, reports Barry White with Friends of Morgan Junction Parks, who also shared the photos:

A delegation from Peace Lutheran Church again joined Friends of Morgan Junction Parks in our ongoing restoration project of the Junction triangle property. The two groups first teamed up last September to clear brush and weeds from the overgrown site. The groups continued that work (on Sunday) and began the process of arborizing some of the many shrubs that sprang up from the fruit of the strawberry tree (arbutus unedo), with the long range plan of training the shrubs to match the structure of the parents and create an extensive shaded canopy on the site. A sunny afternoon aided the labor of the small but dedicated group and we accomplished nearly every task on our list. Thanks to everyone who turned out.

See more photos on the FoMJP Facebook page.

2 Comments

  1. Thanks, Friends of Morgan Junction Parks!

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    Mike

    Comment by miws — 7:53 am May 21, 2014 #

  2. It looks great! Thank you!!!

    Comment by J — 7:15 pm May 21, 2014 #

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