UW Restoration Ecology Network
Our Mission: Improve the Ecological Function of North Creek Forest...
Please consider attending one of these events to help us fulfill our mission:
1 English Holly Control
3 Support Bothell Parks
English holly is a non-native plant that spreads through the forest ecosystem exponentially. Seattle Public Utilities recently spent $90,000 to eliminate the troublesome plant from the Lake Youngs area.
We are going to get rid of the holly...
thanks to a $10,000 grant we received from the Rose Foundation, students from the UW Bothell, the cooperation and support of landowners and an energized force of volunteers.
Holly consumes daylight until nothing else can grow.
WHERE: We begin on the south end of the forest where the holly is thickest. SEE MAP
Saturday January 19th - 9 AM to 2:30 PM
+ every Saturday in February 11 AM - 3 PM
WHAT TO BRING: Weather and forest appropriate attire.
SNACKS and beverage provided
ALSO BBQ on Jan 19th
UW - Restoration Ecology Network
FNCF is again pleased to support UWREN. The 2012-13 restoration site is even larger that last years site.
Help us turn blackberries into rich forest.
January 19th 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Tools and gloves provided
Wear forest appropriate clothing and boots.
Snacks and beverage provided.
Bothell Parks thrive under the care of dedicated staff and community members. Please consider offering your time to nurture local park lands. For more information please contact Janet Geer at: firstname.lastname@example.org