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Richmond Beach Saltwater Park - Help Us Grow Our …11/05/2022
Start your weekend with panoramic views of Puget Sound and the Olympia Mountains while helping to take care of native habitat restoration areas. We'll be watering thirsty native plantings and getting rid of invasive species. We’ll also show you our unique, inexpensive, and water-saving irrigation system – and how you can set it up in your own gardens to save water and keep your plants healthy. We’ll also point out any eagles and osprey that fly by!
No experience is necessary; just an interest in having fun while protecting native habitat. We provide all of the tools and work gloves, but you are welcome to bring your own if you wish. We appreciate everyone who comes to help us restore nearshore habitat at the park!
Open to the public
All ages OK
3 out of 12 participants registered.
What to Bring
A water bottle, a snack if you want one, and tough clothes and shoes that can get dirty (because they will!), including long pants and a long-sleeved shirt to protect against prickly blackberry. Closed-toed shoes are required: work boots or hiking boots are best as we work on sloping ground. Running shoes are also fine, but we'll be working in a wetland area so water-proof shoes are best. Remember to check the weather and bring appropriate layers and rain gear or sun protection as needed. The work party goes on rain or shine!
Where to Meet
Please meet in the lower parking lot by the rest rooms. Look for the table registration area.
Directions From I-5:
- Take exit 176 for NE 175th St
- Turn West on NE 175th St. (toward Puget Sound)
- Turn right onto WA-99 N/Aurora Ave N
- Turn left onto N 185th St.; stay on this road - it changes names a couple of times to N Richmond Beach Rd. and then NW 195th St
- Turn left onto 20th Ave NW
- Follow 20th Ave NW into the park and drive down to the lower parking lot
Be sure to check current routes on Metro Trip Planner
Where to Park
Park in the lower parking lot. You'll see our volunteer table by the rest rooms.