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Riverton Park - Restoration at Riverton11/08/2023
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.
All tools, materials and training will be provided at the start of the work party.
Restrooms are onsite May-October otherwise, you may use the restroom at the Tukwila Community Center quick drive down the street.
Open to the public
All ages OK
1 out of 7 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
Parking lot for Riverton park is located on 131st at 4124 S 131st St, Tukwila WA, 98168.
Date & Time
November 8, 2023 11:30am - 1:30pm
If you are unable to find the location, please reach out to the Tukwila Community Center at (206) 768-2822 or stop by: 12424 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98168
To cancel, or have questions please reach out to Olena.Perry@Tukwilawa.gov.