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Work Parties in Kingfisher Natural Area (Thornton Creek)

Lynnette Spear (creator of the first blog about Victory Heights) writes: I am one of the forest stewards (through Green Seattle Partnership) for KNA on Thornton Creek. It’s been a while since we’ve had regular work parties in the park … Continue reading

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Upcoming Kingfisher Natural Area Work Parties

It’s that time of year again for volunteers to head down to Thornton Creek and help plant trees and clear out non-native plants. The Kingfisher Natural Area (KFNA) has had a terrific year thanks to the Maple Leaf-Victory Heights community … Continue reading

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Thornton Creek Work Party and Meetings Schedule

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 … Continue reading

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Thornton Creek Kingfisher Work Parties Resume Sept 2

Rick invites you to the resumption (after a summer break) of biweekly (1st and 3rd Sundays of each month) Thornton Creek restoration work parties starting with this Sunday, September 2nd at 10 AM. What to Bring Hand tools, gloves, eye … Continue reading

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Thornton Creek Work Party Sunday

Rick reminds us: We are meeting this 3rd Sunday of the month for our regular work party. Last time we worked for a couple hours, then went on a leisurely stroll through the park viewing other restoration sites, removing trash, … Continue reading

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Kingfisher Clean Up

On a beautiful Sunday morning in May, half a dozen or so Victory Heights residents hiked into the Kingfisher Natural Area (better known to most people as the Thornton Creek green belt) just south of 17th Ave NE to pull … Continue reading

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