Wetland Restoration Event

Spring is here, which means the blackberries are back in full force! Even though we love those tasty berries, these invasive plants crowd out the native plants and deteriorate good habitat for native and migrating animals. We need your help removing invasive species at the wetland. This Saturday work party will be a work-filled but satisfying way to see how much removal we can get done! Be sure to sign up and volunteer; we’ll have water, snacks and music! This event is free, everyone is welcome.

About the Wetland Workshops:
The Wetland Workshop Series is a series of community events put on by DNDA in an effort to engage community with the Delridge Wetlands. The Delridge Wetland project is a progressive effort to restore a former Seattle City Light space on 23rd Ave SW and SW Findlay St to improve the value of the space for the community and the environment. The wetland is being re-created for increased community use in addition to acting as a filter to clean the water headed into Longfellow Creek. Our goal for the workshop series is to facilitate a re-introduction between the Delridge community and the Delridge Wetlands, through these free, informative and fun events that connect Delridge and West Seattle with this amazing greenspace.

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Questions? Please contact our office at 206.923.0853 or email stacey@dnda.org

5600 23rd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106