Restoration at Middle Fork Natural Area


Cause Areas


Sat Mar 24, 2018, 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM


Directions given upon registrationNorth Bend, WA 98045
Volunteers work on trails near North Bend, WA.


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Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust continues to work to protect the Middle Fork Valley of the Snoqualmie River though restoration and trail work. To do this successfully, the Greenway Trust partners with land managers to promote and assist in sustainable, best managment practices on the lands and the trails in the valley. At the Middle Fork Natural Area, we partner with King County Parks and Recreation to restore a native conifer canopy along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River by removing invasive species that have been introduced to the area via cars, hikers, construction, etc. With increased traffic to the valley, it is more important than ever to remove invasive species from the area before they can establish. Volunteers will be focused on removing invasive black berries to make room for native tree plantings. Joining the event will be Mark Boyar, one of the committed volunteers who has devoted much of his time to restoring the Valley, who will share his stories about the Middle Fork and the decades-long campaign to stop the encroachment of invasive weeds.

Volunteers can expect to be impressed by the work that has been done in the Middle Fork as much as the views the valley has to offer. See you out there.

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Good Match For

Kids Teens Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 6
  • This is a four hour volunteer event
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