Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Duwamish Alive April 16

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Hundreds of volunteers are needed at multiple sites in the Duwamish River watershed!
Work sites include a river cleanup by kayak and canoe, shoreline salmon habitat restoration, 
and native forest revitalization.
Saturday, April 16, 2011
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Volunteer 
At These Nearby Locations
South Park:
Duwamish Waterway Park
River trash cleanup by kayak and canoe
Georgetown:
Gateway Park/8th Avenue South
White Center:
Roxhill Bog
Delridge / Pigeon Point::
Brandon Street Natural Area
Puget Creek Natural Area
West Duwamish Greenbelt/ Pigeon Point
Herring House Park/T-107
Tukwila:
Cecil Moses/NorthWind's Wier
Duwamish Hill Preserve
Codiga Farm

The event is hosted by the Duwamish Alive Coalition, which is a partnership of non-profit organizations, government agencies, community groups and local businesses. Restoration is on-going throughout the year, but it’s only during Duwamish Alive that our organizations come together to host hundreds of volunteers at multiple 
sites to make a huge impact on the same day!

You are invited to celebrate the restoration of the 
Duwamish River by volunteering at one of 12 
restoration sites within the Duwamish watershed
More Details
• No experience necessary -- we will discuss safety and give an overview of the project.
•The event will take place rain or shine.
• Dress for the weather (rain gear in case of bad weather or sunglasses and a hat if it's sunny).
•Wear sturdy foot gear (boots, sneakers, etc. but no sandals).
• Long trousers and long sleeves are helpful where there are blackberries
•Bring work gloves and weeding tools if you have them. Bring a refillable water bottle.
•We will provide work gloves, tools, snacks, and beverages.
•Children 10 and under must have one-to-one adult supervision.

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