Hazel Wolf Preserve is a pristine wetland refuge, which is home to many wildlife species, serves as a recreation respite for many nature-seekers, and plays an integral role in controlling the quality and quantity of water flowing into Lake Sammamish.
Join us for a morning of restoration as we plant native trees and shrubs in the wetlands to help combat aggressive invasive species that threaten this diverse ecosystem! We will be planting wetland-loving species and removing invasive species like Himalayan blackberry.
Everyone can help! All ages are welcome and no experience is necessary. We provide all of the tools and training needed. So bring along your friends and family and get your hands dirty!
What to Bring: We will be working rain or shine, so make sure to come prepared with appropriate layers. Bring tough clothes, which include rubber boots, longs pants, and a long-sleeved shirt. Please bring along a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated. We will provide warm beverages, snacks, gloves, tools and instruction.
Please RSVP by emailing Ali Erskine at firstname.lastname@example.org, or learn more at our event page (https://forterra.org/event/hwwp2019)
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