Join the city to work on a habitat restoration projects started by the Master Stewards from the Washington Native Plant Society. Come help establish native habitat by removing noxious weeds at Evans creek preserve in areas that were previously planted. Give back to your community, learn about native plants and enhance wildlife habitat!This project is perfect for students looking to complete community service hours for school. Water, snacks, gloves and tools will be provided. Please dress appropriately for weather, wear long sleeves/pants and closed-toed shoes.
Masks are required to wear when on site and working. Social distancing will be enforced while working.
meeting at marker #2 on map evans-creek-preserve-wayfinding-map.pdf (sammamish.us)
Must register and sign agreement online. No walk ups and only limited number of volunteers at a time is allowed.
Youth between 15 - 18 years old must create account and fill out wavier online with parent or guardian completing wavier by signing their portion through email.
Minors under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an adult. Parent or Guardian must respond as a team and add the amount of spots they are reserving for their team/family. Parent or Guardian are required to fill out wavier online for themselves and minors wavier forms must be brought to work site on the day of event completely filled out. Downloadable volunteer forms are located at https://sammamish.us/community-involvement/volunteer/
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