Earth Day at the Arboretum
Give back to public lands and help restore the park!
Washington Park Arboretum
Meet at Crabapple Meadow (just south of Graham Visitors Center)
Once again, the Arboretum Foundation is partnering with UW Botanic Gardens, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and the Student Conservation Association (SCA) to organize a work service event at the Arboretum on Earth Day.
WHAT: Volunteers will restore the Arboretum through spreading mulch, removing invasive weeds, and maintaining trails.
BRING WITH YOU: Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes, preferably work boots or sturdy sneakers, and bring a reusable water bottle. The event will take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately for the weather!
PROVIDED: Project materials and gloves, as well as coffee and snacks, will be provided for all volunteers.
QUESTIONS? Contact our Volunteer Department at email@example.com or phone at 206-325-4510.
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