Riverton Park - Restoration at Riverton, planting11/16/2022

Activities

Join local neighbor& Forest Steward Debbie for an afternoon impacting the environment. Riverton Park’s large trees are threatened by invasive English ivy and Himalayan blackberry. These large trees are essential habitats for large raptors and wildlife. We aim to reestablish a healthy urban forest to border the community park. This is an example of how Tukwila can support urban wildlife within the park’s systems.

Open to the public

All ages OK

1 out of 6 volunteers registered.

What to Bring

Bring a full water bottle, snacks for yourself, weather-appropriate clothes, and closed-toed shoes. If you have garden gloves, please bring them.

Where to Meet

Riverton Park: 13263 Macadam Rd S, Tukwila, WA 98168

Work parties are taking place next to the Gully Gardens P-Patch on the lower section of the park. You will see a 6ft toolbox (JOBOX) meet there.

Where to Park

Park in the lot at Riverton Park and walk down to the P-Patch.

Date & Time

November 16, 2022 11:30am - 1:30pm

Contact

Olena Perry
Olena.Perry@tukwilawa.gov

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Extra Info

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