Help Isaac Evans Park, Salmon and the Orcas by maintaining and restoring the shores of the Green River!
Join Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group, Green River Coalition, and the City of Auburn to spread mulch and remove invasive species at Isaac Evans Park, Auburn from 10 am-1 pm. Spreading mulch helps maintain moisture around native plants and reduces the opportunity for invasive plants to regrow. Native trees help shade the river for cooler water for salmon, provide fresh clean air, and beautify our parks! Be a part of your community, give back, and meet new people.
The event will begin with a brief discussion that includes information about the site, the partnering organizations, why this work is important, tool use, and safety. We will provide work gloves, all instructions, and all tools. Please plan to arrive on time for the start of the event and allow extra time to find parking.
Please RSVP directly to Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org
Covid-19 Safety Protocol:
We will limiting the event to 5 total volunteers
Before arriving at the event please check your temperature. If it is above 100.4 degrees please stay home.
Please stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms such as cough, soar throat, loss of taste and/or smell
Masks will be worn at all times (we will also have extra single-use masks if needed)
We will maintain physical distance throughout the day.
We will provide a hand washing and sanitation station on site.
We won't be providing snacks or water so please bring enough for you for the entirety of the event.
What to Bring:
Gardening gloves/work gloves
Closed-toe shoes are required! (ex: sturdy sneakers,
rain boots, hiking boots. No sandals, heels, or flats)
Layers of clothing that can get dirty
Long sleeves and thick leg coverings to protect against
thorny plants (shorts or capris are not recommended)
Rain gear -OR- sunblock and a sun hat (be sure to check
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group
7400 Sand Point Way NE, Building 30-Office 202, Seattle, WA 98115, US
Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group works to involve local people in projects that will ensure a future for wild salmon.
Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group is dedicated to helping landowners and communities protect their local fish. We practice fisheries and stream restoration in the King and Kitsap Counties in Washington State. Our service area includes the Green/Duwamish River watershed, the Lake Washington/Cedar River watershed, isolated streams flowing into Puget Sound in King County, and all watersheds in eastern Kitsap County. We use habitat restoration projects - such as streamside fencing, native tree planting, and fish passage improvements - as catalysts to building community partnerships. As one of 14 Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, we are part of a coordinated effort to restore fish habitat in the state.
Children & Youth
Sat Apr 17, 2021
10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
29627 Green River Rd SEAuburn, WA98092
March 5, 2021
Event runs 10am to 1:00pm, stay as long as you want.
The worksite has unstable footing and some slope, long pants and close toed shoes required.