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Habitat Restoration at Juanita Beach Park

Location:
Juanita Beach Park
Kirkland, Washington, United States

Date & Time:
June 11, 2022 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm (Local Timezone)

Event Summary:

Join the Green Kirkland Partnership for Earth Month and volunteer for a fun day of environmental stewardship at Juanita Beach Park!

Volunteers will help restore critical habitat by removing invasive plants such as blackberry or ivy, planting native plants, and pitching-in with stewardship tasks like mulching and weeding. With your help, this park with have healthy and thriving natural areas for years to come!

All experience levels and ages are welcome following the safety and event guidelines (see below). Tools and training are provided. Events are 100% outdoors and occur rain or shine! This event is led by Green Kirkland staff member, Carol. For general information about what to expect at Green Kirkland events ‘What to Expect Page’ at www.greenkirkland.org.

Practical Details:

What to Bring and Wear:

Required:
-Closed toed shoes (ex. tennis shoes, sneakers or boots but no sandals)

Recommended:
-Clothes that can get dirty/muddy.
-Long pants and long sleeves to protect against plants/abrasion.
-Bring rain gear and warm layers -OR- sun protection as needed.
-Bring your own water and snacks.
-Bring your own work/garden gloves.
-Tools are provided.


For more tips on what to bring and wear visit the ‘What to Expect Page’ at www.greenkirkland.org.

Parking & Meeting Location:
Please meet at the picnic shelters in the main paved lot. If you arrive late, the group will be working in the far southeast corner of the park (to your left as you face the water). See the map below for reference.

Parking is available in the main Juanita Beach parking.

COVID-19 Protocols:

Green Kirkland stewardship events follow a City of Kirkland approved COVID-19 safety plan. Summary of current requirements as of March 12, 2022:

-Face coverings are optional at outdoor Green Kirkland stewardship events. We welcome and encourage volunteers to bring and wear a face covering, especially at times when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
-Pre-registration is requested from participants. Event leaders may elect to allow non-registered participants (e.g. drop-in) to sign the roster and participate at the event on a site by site basis.
-Health self-screening has been simplified: Please stay home if you do not feel well or have any Covid or flu-like symptoms.
-Physical distancing of six feet or greater is recommended

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