YOU CAN HELP! Seola Pond awaits your assistance, and you’ll get a gift too

(Photo courtesy Healthy Lands Project)

While next weekend jingles with many possibilities for holiday fun, there’s also an opportunity for giving that won’t cost you anything but a little time: Saturday will bring a volunteer planting party to Seola Pond (30th SW/SW 105th; map), in support of the long-running community-led work to restore it. The Healthy Lands Project invites you to “come and get hands-on experience planting native shrubs and trees and removing weeds with your neighbors to help make the green space a better place for people and nature.” It’s happening 10 am-1 pm Saturday (December 7th). You’ll get lunch and “warm beverages”; you’ll also get a free native plant to take home. RSVP here if you think you can help!

1 Reply to "YOU CAN HELP! Seola Pond awaits your assistance, and you'll get a gift too"

  • westseattlite December 4, 2019 (10:51 pm)

    I encourage anyone that might be willing to spend even an hour of your time to help improve a very unique site. Both Seattle and King county are considering contributing substantial funds to buy adjoining  property to make this a real park but it hinges on community involvement. 

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