Twin Ponds Park - Join us! Weekly Sunday …07/21/2024


Lots of growth everywhere in West Twin Ponds! There are some very big and delicious salmonberries—red, orange and golden. Thimbleberries not quite ripe at the end of June but should be ready to eat in July. It is okay to pick and eat in between pulling out invasive plants! The weather that has brought us berries has also encouraged herb Robert and the dreaded bindweed. Baby blackberries are also emerging. So join us in combating invasive plants and get a taste of our suburban forest!

Adults only

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What to Bring

BYOG--bring your own gloves. If you have a favorite garden tool--trowel, clipper, etc.--bring that, too. (But we have tools to share.) If you dehydrate easily, please bring water since there is no potable water in this area of the park. Also, please be aware that the restrooms are about a 10 minute walk away.

Where to Meet

Near the wood chip pile, south of the main Meridian entrance.

Meeting Location Map

Where to Park

Along Meridian, across the street from Evergreen School. Please do not park in the Twin Ponds Park parking lots along 1st NE since those are on the opposite side of the park.

Date & Time

July 21, 2024 9am - 12pm


West Twin Ponds


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