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  • English ivy: what a creep!

    Managing the spread of this invasive can be tricky since its forte is being able to spread over anything in its path: from the tall Douglas fir next to your house to your house itself!

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  • Volunteer in Kirkland to Tackle Invasive Ivy!

    Douglas Fir grow on the slopes of the steep ravine of Denny Creek. Help save this beautiful forested preserve from encroaching English ivy! What to bring: Please remember to dress…

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  • Help Release Interbay’s Street Trees from Aggressive Ivy!

    Let’s give Interbay’s landscapes a little love! We will continue remove aggressive ivy and bindweed that threatens the lovely trees in a neglected landscape. Join friends and neighbors to spend…

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  • Work Party at Thornton A Sullivan Park

    English ivy and Himalayan blackberry. No experience required. What to bring: Come dressed to work outside (rain or shine) with sturdy shoes. Bring a water bottle or coffee cup. We…

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  • Work Party at Thornton A Sullivan Park

    …non-native plants such as English ivy and Himalayan blackberry. No experience required. What to bring: Come dressed to work outside (rain or shine) with sturdy shoes. Bring a water bottle…

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  • Work Party at Thornton A Sullivan Park

    …non-native plants such as English ivy and Himalayan blackberry. No experience required. What to bring: Come dressed to work outside (rain or shine) with sturdy shoes. Bring a water bottle…

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  • Restore Forest Park

    Join the Green Everett Partnership a morning the woods at Forest Park. We will be digging out invasive non-native plants such as English ivy to prepare the area for planting…

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  • South Everett Forest Preserve Restoration

    …be continuing efforts to restore the forest. Join us to learn more about forest restoration! Forest restoration activities: Remove invasive non-native plants such as English ivy and Himalayan blackberry. What…

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