Shoreline Park - Shoreline Park Work Party10/16/2022


Please join us in keeping the small forest of Shoreline Park beautiful! If we love this park, it will keep loving us right back.

We're dreaming of a park free of invasive plants and filled with native plants. Work areas are manageable, and we think we can really make a difference in just a few years. On this day, we'll be cutting and digging out Himalayan blackberry and holly and working to preserve the trailing blackberry, salal, ferns, bleeding heart, and other native plants already thriving. We'll also be hauling mulch to the cleared area.

Open to the public

All ages OK

1 out of 20 volunteers registered.

What to Bring

We'll have tools (loppers and shovels) and gloves available for use, but feel free to bring your own. You'll want to wear closed-toed shoes and maybe even long sleeves and pants. Blackberry canes have significant thorns, so if you plan to do a lot of this work, you may want to invest in thick gloves (leather works well).

Where to Meet

We'll be at the north end of the park, just north of the paved trail. You'll see two large compost piles across from the work area.

Where to Park

There is parking on the west side of the park.

Date & Time

October 16, 2022 10am - 12pm


Cristin Mattione


Extra Info

View Site Map

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