FOLLOWUP: Big turnout for youth-led Lincoln Park volunteer event

Two weeks ago, we published a call for volunteers for an MLK Day of Service weekend work party at Lincoln Park. Today we have word – and photos – from forest steward Lisa McGinty of Friends of Lincoln Park, who says it was a big success:

42 youth showed up to help clear over 15,000 square feet of non-native plants and planted 20 native trees in a forested area of Lincoln Park. While honoring Martin Luther King Jr.’s call to action in their community, students connected with nature and learned about non-native plant species that can cause harm to our urban forests.

The event was co-hosted by West Seattle High School Green Team, Friends of Lincoln Park and YMCA Earth Service Corps.

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3 Replies to "FOLLOWUP: Big turnout for youth-led Lincoln Park volunteer event"

  • CJ January 21, 2022 (9:03 pm)

    Love this!! Thanks so much to all of the volunteers!!  

  • R0b0 January 22, 2022 (12:33 am)

    Let’s hear it for the youts!

  • Gill & Alex January 25, 2022 (10:22 am)

    A belated THANK YOU! to all involved.

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