Our new international students got out into nature this fall during their orientation program and joined some of our neighbors at Land for Good to help restore nearby North SeaTac Park's forest! This corner of the park was almost completely overrun with ivy, endangering trees until volunteers began to transform it. Now, it is almost completely cleared and close to being ready for fall planting. Students worked hard and assisted by removing ivy and checking the "habitat piles" of forest wood and weeds created during previous work parties to ensure that new weeds did not grow. They also measured in preparation for fall planting. Healthy forested parks and greenspaces have the power to strengthen neighborhoods, provide safe access to nature, and offer numerous valuable benefits to the environment. 

See details for volunteer opportunities at the next Green SeaTac Day

 



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