Twin Ponds Park - South Twin Ponds Saturday …11/06/2021


Volunteers looking to make a real impact on the environment could help restore the natural habitat in an area degraded by peat mines during the last century. We are removing invasive weeds and gradually replanting the trees, shrubs and ground covers that will provide for our native insects, birds, fish, ducks and other animals. As this habitat is evolving it is becoming an area treasured by local residents who seek out this park for relaxation and the chance to be in nature. A branch of Thornton Creek runs through the site where wetlands have been restored. Neighbors sometimes stop to thank our volunteers for their efforts.
Children age 8 and over are better able to do the work.

Open to the public

All ages OK

16 out of 20 volunteers registered.

What to Bring

Appropriate work clothing includes long sleeve shirts, long sleeve pants, sturdy shoes, work gloves and rain hats and jackets. Shorts and sandals are strongly discouraged even in hot weather. Bring along water and snacks. Tools will be provided.

Where to Meet

READ CAREFULLY. We meet in the park parking lot on First Av near 149th St. Note: NOT the parking lot at 155th St. Look for the lot near the community garden across from Aegis Living.

Meeting Location Map

Where to Park

Parking available in the parking lot on First Ave near 149th St.

Date & Time

November 6, 2021 10am - 1pm


Sarah Fulton

Extra Info

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Vaccination Policy

In accordance with the City of Shoreline’s vaccination policy, the Green Shoreline Partnership will require all volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Effective December 1, volunteers ages 12 and up will be expected to show proof of vaccination with photo ID and sign an attestation confirming that they are fully vaccinated. Parents/guardians of participants between 12 and 18 years of age will be required to sign a youth waiver/COVID-19 vaccination attestation form. If you think you need a religious or medical exemption, please email