Help restore the Duwamish Greenbelt by fighting ivy this Thursday
The Nature Consortium is working to restore the West Duwamish Greenbelt. As part of their efforts, they are clearing Ivy, which is an invasive species that chokes and kills native vegetation. This Thursday is the Nature Consortium’s second official foray (first Thursday!) into the Greenbelt to start tackling the Ivy. Per, organizer Kathleen Dowd-Gailey, “We made great progress on the Saturday event two weeks ago and cleared almost an acre of ivy and made 12 ivy rings on some great big trees! Good stuff! Since this will be a separate event, not piggybacking on a regularly scheduled Nature Consortium event, I need to know for sure how many people will be able to make it. Please RSVP to me by Wednesday at noon so I can confirm with Nature Consortium staff. I will send out directions to those who can make it after I get your RSVP.”
Contact Kathleen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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