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Washington Park (Arboretum) Cleanup (EarthCorps)

Join EarthCorps and the Green Seattle Partnership as we restore the urban forest near the Japanese Garden (in the UW Botanical Garden/Arboretum). Today's work will include invasive plant removal, mostly blackberry and ivy and some morning glory removal. To learn more about the Green Seattle Partnership, please visit http://greenseattle.org/.

 

From I-5: • Take Exit 168-B (Bellevue-Kirkland) onto Hwy 520. • Immediately take the first exit (Montlake Blvd) from 520. • From the exit ramp, go straight across Montlake Blvd onto E Lake Washington Blvd • follow E. Lake Washington Blvd to the first Stop Sign • Go through the stop sign then follow Lake Washington Blvd to the right. • Continue on Lake Washington Blvd, going under the pedestrian footbridge and through the Arboretum • Turn right into the Japanese Garden Parking lot and follow it to the far southern end to park (in consideration of Japanese Garden patrons) • Look for the EarthCorps registration table and get signed in! From westbound 520 (Evergreen Point Floating Bridge): • Take the first Seattle exit (Lake Washington Blvd. S). • At the stop sign, turn left into the Arboretum, then an immediate right to follow Lake Washington Blvd to the south. • Continue on Lake Washington Blvd, going under the pedestrian footbridge and through the Arboretum • Turn right into the Japanese Garden Parking lot and follow it to the far southern end to park (in consideration of Japanese Garden patrons) • Look for the EarthCorps registration table and get signed in.

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  • West

    Lots of fun and a great way to connect with nature, take care of our environment, meet new people and 'walk the walk'.

    December 10, 2012

  • West

    Just a note to say this might have to be moved to December 8th at the Arboretum as the Woodland Park cleanup may already be full (of volunteers)...I will keep you all posted!

    November 6, 2012

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