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Twin Ponds Park15401 1st Ave NEsouthern end of park near community gardensShoreline, WA98155
Looking through the willows over Thornton Creek at the southern Twin Ponds Park restoration site.
Help restore ecological habitat along Thornton Creek in the southern end of Twin Ponds Park!
Stewards trained by the Washington Native Plant Society and supported by the Shoreline Dept. of Parks and the King County Conservation District are holding a work party on Saturday, August 26 from 10:00 to 1:00. We will be using hand tools to remove invasive plants so that we can install native plants later in the Fall. Please wear long sleeves, long pants, sturdy shoes, a hat and sunscreen and heavy gloves if you have them. Some tools, gloves, water and cookies will be provided. It may be helpful to bring your own things if you have them.
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Sturdy, closed-toed shoes and long pants. Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle and snacks!