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Native Planting Party with Conservation Northwest at Gold Creek

Event Date: 
Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 9:30am - 3:00pm
Event Location: 
Gold Creek Pond near Snoqualmie Pass WA
United States

Volunteers needed for the I90 Gold Creek Planting Party on October 19, 2013!

Join Conservation Northwest and partners for a fall planting party to restore and connect habitat near Snoqualmie Pass in the I 90 corridor. We’ll be planting native plants including ground cover, shrubs, and willows all around the Gold Creek pond area. Our next planting party is OCTOBER 19, 2013, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Please RSVP to Jen Watkins ([email protected]).

Gold Creek is an essential pathway for wildlife moving north and south in Washington's Cascades and needs greater protection and connectivity. Beginning in 2007, Conservation Northwest and partners began restoration efforts reducing invasive and recovering native plants. Not only is Gold Creek an important place for wildlife, it also offers popular and important recreation opportunities including picnic areas, an ADA accessible trail, and trail access to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Join us in our efforts to improve Gold Creek for wildlife and human uses!

Beverages, snacks, work gloves, and tools will be provided, but bring a lunch and extra water. If you have your own favorite gardening gloves, feel free to bring those as well.



Gold Creek Pond near Snoqualmie Pass WA
United States