MLK Day events posted by WSC AmeriCorps members
- Boys & Girls Clubs of SW WA / Clark PUD Stream Team
- January 16, 2017 8:45am-1pm
- Clark Public Utilities (8600 NE 117th Street, Vancouver)
- Tree planting.
- Tools, training and snacks provided.
- RSVP via email.
- City of Vancouver Urban Forestry / Friends of Trees
- January 14, 2017 9am – 1pm
- Meet at staging area – St. Joseph Catholic Church (400 S. Andresen Road, Vancouver)
- Tree planting.
- Gloves and tools provided, plus potluck lunch after planting.
- Groups of four or more please RSVP with Emma.
- King County Conservation District
- January 16, 2017 10am-2:00pm
- Longfellow Creek at Greg Davis Park (2600 SW Brandon Street, Seattle)
- Tree and shrub planting, remove ivy.
- Gloves and tools provided.
- Register here.
- Capitol Land Trust
- January 16, 2017 10am – 1pm
- Bayshore Preserve (3800 WA-3, Shelton)
- Help restore Oakland Bay by planting Oregon White oak trees (Washington’s only native oak).
- Tools, warm food & beverages will be provided.
- RSVP here.
- City of Lacey StreamTeam
- January 16, 2017 9:45 – noon
- Woodland Creek Park (6729 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey)
- Native tree and shrub planting.
- Tools, gloves and hot beverages provided.
- Register at http://streamteam.info/getinvolved/calendar/.
- Native Plant Salvage
- January 16, 2017 9:30am-4pm
- Darlin Creek Preserve (near Capitol State Forest, Olympia)
- Planting in disturbed areas along Darlin Creek to help with wetland protection and erosion control.
- Hot vegetarian soup, sandwiches, hot drinks, cookies and other snacks will be available.
- Register by email or call (360) 867-2167. Learn more at http://www.nativeplantsalvage.org/mlk-day/.
- Nisqually Land Trust
- Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association & City of Bellingham
- January 16, 2017 10am-1pm
- Squalicum Creek, Bellingham
- Planting of native trees and shrubs to improve salmon habitat along the creek.
- Light refreshments provided, as well as a raffle!
- Park at the end of West Orchard Drive off of Meridian Street and walk along the new trail until you see the NSEA blue tents.