Miller Creek Needs You This Saturday (Earth Day)
- Are you looking for a good, local way to commemorate Earth Day this Saturday?
- Do you care about a healthy environment for your children?
- Do you want to improve the general B-Town area for fish, wildlife and people?
- Do you like planting trees that youâ€™ll be able to watch grow year by year?
- Do you want to get rid of the stress of the work week by whacking non-native, invasive weeds?
- Do you want to meet, hang out and have fun with some of your B-Town neighbors in a gorgeous natural setting?
If so, recruit your friends and family and come celebrate Earth Day by restoring a section of Miller Creek this Saturday!
WHEN: Saturday, April 19, 2008 (Earth Day) from 9am â€“ 1pm
WHERE: South 144th St., one block west of Des Moines Memorial Drive (northeast Burien just north of SR 518 and east of SR 509)
- An eager attitude
- Sturdy shoes or boots
- Water bottle
- Shovel and gloves (if you have them)
- We provide gloves, tools, and snacks!
This project is a cooperative effort of the Cities of Burien, Normandy Park, and SeaTac; the Port of Seattle; and King County.Â These governments are working with residents to improve water quality and create healthy streams in the Miller and Walker Creek basins.
Advance sign-up is encouraged to help us plan.
For sign up and questions, contact Dennis Clark, Miller/Walker Creek Basin Steward, [email protected], 206-296-1909.