Welcome

19 Dec

Did you know that habitat enhancement has been going on at Twin Ponds Park in Shoreline, WA since 1990? Dedicated local volunteers have put in thousands of hours over the years. They’ve cleared acres of invasive plants, dug up and removed tons of asphalt and concrete that was dumped in the park, and planted 500 trees and countless shrubs. 130 of those trees are now over 20′ in height and at least 6 are over 40′ in height. They also do plant maintenance year round.

The restoration party meets in the park every Thursday morning from 8-11am. You can find them in various locations, including “Open Space”, the “Arboretum”, and the “Trail of Cedars”. Interested in learning more or joining the party? Show up and see what it’s all about!

John Dixon

nativetrees@gmail.com

(206) 363-2987

Thank you!

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