Beginning on January 24, SHADOW (Save Habitat And Diversity Of Wetlands) hosts weekly Saturday work parties in 2015. Work parties to restore habitat on SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve are hosted every Saturday from 10 AM – 2 PM, rain or shine. From planting native plants, removing invasive species, building habitat zones, carpentry, landscaping, trail maintenance and more – SHADOW works to preserve and restore wetland habitat in South King County. Most projects require moderate to heavy exertion, including but not limited to: lifting, walking, digging, pulling, and hiking. Please come with a water bottle, warm layers, and a smile! No experience necessary, snacks and tools provided. To RSVP and for more information, please contact Sahara at email@example.com
Chalet Arts Showcase Theatre (CAST) is looking for energetic enthusiastic people interested in working with a committee to plan the 2015 Enumclaw Music & Arts Festival. If interested, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, using 2015 Festival as the subject.
Soos Creek Botanical Garden welcomes volunteers and considers them an essential resource that we could not do without. Volunteering is a great way to get involved with the gardens and to meet new and interesting people. Whether you are interested in general garden maintenance, plant propagation or working in the demonstration vegetable garden, we are delighted to have your help. Whatever your talent, there is a volunteer opportunity available for you at Soos Creek Botanical Garden. Visit the website to learn more.
Neely Mansion Association
The Neely Mansion Association welcomes and relies on volunteer help in restoring and maintaining this valuable landmarked property as a heritage to our community.
Specifically needed are volunteers to lead, coordinate, and support:
Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden
First Tuesday of every month
Join us for our monthly 1st Tuesday Garden Care Invitational at the Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden. From noon till dark each month, the Garden Manager and volunteers will be weeding, raking, thinning and potting up plants from the Botanical Garden’s collections. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned volunteer, we need your help and enthusiasm to keep our Garden looking spiffy and running smoothly. Come for an hour – or stay all day – and gather garden tips and techniques from new friends and old.
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