Join us for an afternoon of habitat restoration at Full Circle Farm led by Stewardship Partners on Saturday, on the banks of Griffin Creek and the Snoqualmie River. Do your part to save wild salmon by restoring a stretch of water essential to salmon spawning success. It is your choice whether wield a shovel or a camera. All levels of activity and support are welcome. Co-Sponsors for the work party are: Edible Seattle, Full Circle Farm, and Stewardship Partners.
Contact Alex Ko from Stewardship Partners today to RSVP at 206.292.9875.
The trail building is from 10am-2pm at Full Circle Farm in Carnation. Please try to arrive promptly at ten or slightly before, as the trail is about 2/3 of a mile from the parking lot, and we have a tractor taking volunteers out on the dot. Feel free to bring friends and family! There will be pastries and donuts, generously donated by Grateful Bread bakery of Seattle, and coffee provided by Starbucks.
A few things to remember:
- It is the Pacific NW so dress in layers, bring raingear, gloves and wear sturdy shoes or boots
- Bring your own snacks and water
- You will be outside and ‘facilities’ may be limited
- Come ready to work but be mindful of your own limitations. Please don’t overdo it.
Driving directions from Seattle:
- Take 1-90E
- Take exit 22 towards Preston/Fall City
- Turn left at SE 82nd St
- Turn right at SE High Point Way/Preston Fall City Rd SE
- Continue to follow Preston Fall City Rd SE
- Turn Right at WA-202 E/SE Redmond Fall City Rd/River St
- At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto WA-203 N/Fall City Carnation Rd SE
- Turn left at NE 8th St
- Drive to small white house and park in lot
To read more about wild salmon habitat, check out the story in the May/June edition of Edible Seattle.