Monthly Archives: September 2013

Applied Ecology Clears Invasives – Plants 500+ Natives

A professional crew working on the steep slopes to the right and left of the entrance steps cleared a significant amount of ivy and blackberry. Applied Ecology led by Justin Howell worked September 23-26 all day. To the left of the steps … Continue reading

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A Douglas Fir Cone Legend

A long time ago, when the animals and plants could speak to each other, there was a great forest fire burning through the forest. Little Mouse ran as fast as he could away from the hot fire but he knew … Continue reading

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EarthCorps Event in the Park Sept 28

The Green Kirkland Partnership, has arranged for volunteers from  EarthCorps to cometo Juanita Heights Park on September 28 from 10:00 to 2:00 to clear approximately 6000 feet of blackberries. You read that right six thousand feet! The EarthCorps mission off of their site reads:  … Continue reading

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August 31 Work Party – Great Turnout!

Great Day in the Park! Saturday, August 31, was a great day in the park. There were 17 volunteers pulling the remaining ivy out of the section we started last July. The big difference with the ivy pulling this month is that we … Continue reading

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