This Thursday, November 15th is the meeting at Sacajawea Elementary at 6:30 PM to hear the update about the Kingfisher Floodplain Project.
Rick has announced another Kingfisher work party for Sunday, November 18th:
Come join us this Sunday for a planting party starting at 10am. We will meet at the creek where it intersects with the 17th Ave. trail. We have received 200 plants from Seattle Parks and need to get them into the ground this fall/winter starting this weekend! … As usual we will also be removing invasive species- so if you’d rather get your pull on then we can certainly point you in the right direction. Please bring the usual; shovels, rain gear, water, gloves, eye protection, and a smile.
You can sign up at the Green City Partnerships site. Note, this work party will run longer than the usual ones, until 2 PM. Bring a sack lunch, beverages and snacks will be provided.
And finally, the Thornton Creek Watershed Council will meet on Wednesday, November 28th, at 7:00pm – 9:00pm at St. Matthew’s Parish (Conference Room),1230 NE 127thStreet. Virginia Hassinger who manages the Beaver Pond NA Opportunity Fund project for Parks will speak about the changes to the project. Also on the agenda: Results of Bacteria Study – Jonathan Frodge, SPU; Shoreline Urban Forest Management & Tree Policies; Tree Advocates – Cass Turnbull, Michael Oxman, and Steve Zemke.