Join us under the shadow of Mt. Si as we work to weed out invasive species and help to keep the Three Forks Natural Area natural. This site, just adjacent to the off-leash park, has been planted with native plants over the last several years, but nonnative invaders, such as Himalayan Blackberry, threaten to grow over the natives and smother them. Help us with our efforts to nurture a healthy forested wetland at this site.
What to bring: Come dressed to work outside (rain or shine) with sturdy shoes. Bring a water bottle to stay hydrated. Coffee, snacks, tools, and work gloves provided.
Where to park: Park at Centennial Fields Park and walk to the Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park parking area.
If you are under 18 and will NOT be accompanied by supervising adult/parent/guardian you will need to bring the youth waiver release form signed by your parent/guardian to the event.
Green Snoqualmie Partnership Vision: A city with healthy forests that provide high value habitat for wildlife and access for residents and visitors to experience nature, supported by an aware and engaged community that is working together to restore and dare for these lands.
Learn More: www.greensnoqualmie.org