|When:||Back to Calendar October 19, 2013 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm||Where:||1901 Southwest Genesee Street
|Categories:||Environment How to help Work Party|
Want to plant trees and meet new friends? Join hundreds of your neighbors on October 19th and kick off the planting season with Nature Consortium. This special service event is part of Duwamish Alive, a city-wide event to celebrate and restore the polluted Duwamish River. Join us in the West Duwamish Greenbelt, Seattle’s largest remaining forest, as we work to restore important habitat and build community.
Extending over 500 acres in West Seattle, the West Duwamish Greenbelt plays a critical role in filtering the air and water pollution created by urban runoff and industrial waste. Volunteers will remove invasive weeds, plant native trees and shrubs, and spread weed-stopping mulch in the greenbelt. Tools, gloves, training, and live music will be provided. Individuals can sign up today on our website www.naturec.org/volunteer/ – corporate groups and groups of 10 or more should email Lili Allala at email@example.com to register. See you in the woods!
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