Riverton Park Invasive Plant Removal
December 14 at 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Riverton Park is slowly being taken over by invasive English ivy and holly. But together, we can fight back and preserve this beautiful wooded oasis. Join Forest Steward, Debbie for a mid-week work party inside the park. This is a great opportunity to learn new valuable forestry skills while also engaging with the larger community.
This is very much a hands-on experience, so be sure to come prepared. Bring a full water bottle, snacks, weather appropriate clothes, closed-toed shoes, and a pair of garden gloves if you have them. All other tools and materials will be provided. And be sure to show up on time for a quick training session.
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. Park in the lot at Riverton Park and walk down to the P-Patch.
Where: Riverton Park: 13263 Macadam Rd S, Tukwila, WA 98168
When: December 14th
Time: 11:30am – 1:30pm