Happening now: Duwamish Alive! from the bay to the river…

“We got the sun we ordered!” exulted Dolly Vinal of the West Seattle Wildlife Habitat Project when we saw her a little while ago as a Duwamish Alive! work party began at the project’s Seacrest Park demonstration garden. She is also thrilled about the turnout – more than a dozen people already were digging into the waterfront garden, which Dolly says just mostly needs post-winter cleanup, though they also have received “some great native plants” from Seattle Parks. This is one of a dozen-plus locations, from West Seattle to South Park to Tukwila, where you’ll find volunteers working on our area’s precious greenspaces over the next few hours; one of them is T-107 Park on the river itself, where a dedication ceremony at 1 pm will spotlight new features including an interpretive sign. And at 2 pm, an Earth Day festival at Pathfinder K-8 on Pigeon Point follows the work parties. More to come!

2 Replies to "Happening now: Duwamish Alive! from the bay to the river..."

  • Norma April 16, 2011 (11:25 am)

    Way to go guys!!! You’re my heroes.

  • DF April 18, 2011 (10:16 am)

    Way to go great effort put forth to beautify WS. Now more importantly West Seattle its time for action on our streets north admiral corner Yen Wor and Admiral Pub out front litered with cigaret butts which eventually wash into Our Puget Sound, Go borrow the broom and dust pans from these establishments or those in the neighborhood. Do it anonimously. Humble Hero :0)

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