Debra Sinick

Kirkland Highlands’ Cotton Hill Park Needs Volunteers On March 7th

In Earth Day-Goat Project, Kirkland News, Kirkland WA on March 5, 2009 at 1:11 am

kirkkland-highlands cotton-hill-Kirkland’s Cotton Hill clean-up continues this weekend The following is from the Cotton Hill Green Kirkland Team memo for the day’s events:

Please join volunteers, EarthCorps, and UW Restoration Ecology Network students for our forest restoration work party!  An EarthCorps crew will be leading invasive plant removal activities and UW REN students will be leading a group to install native plants.

Date: Saturday March 7
Time: 9 a.m. until Noon

Place: Cotton Hill Park (110th Ave NE & NE 98th St., Kirkland).

Suitable for: Adults, Teens, Families. Minors under the age of 14 yrs must be accompanied by an adult. Other minors should be accompanied by an adult, or bring a note of permission from a parent/guardian, or a parent/guardian to sign you in.

Please sign up at the EarthCorps website. Advance signup is important for planning purposes, and also in case the EarthCorps project manager needs to send an update message regarding the event. However, volunteers who show up on the day are also welcome. Please contact project manager Lina Rose if you have questions about the event,, 206-322-9296 x 225.

EarthCorps will be managing the event, together with UW REN student leadership. EarthCorps and park neighbors will provide refreshments. EarthCorps and Kirkland Parks will provide tools and equipment; however, it’s always good to bring your own tools if you have them.

Please check out the city’s Green Kirkland web page and Cascade Land Conservancy’s web page for more information on the Green Kirkland Partnership.

Please also remember to mark your calendar for the Saturday April 25 Earth Day Event at Juanita Bay Park. Sign up on the EarthCorps website.

Hope to see you March 7!


Cotton Hill Green Kirkland Team


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