Help Clean Up Under The Sylvester Bridge Sat. Oct. 25th
You know what lies under the Sylvester Bridge in Normandy Park?
Did you know that there’s a creek down there?
Here’s a call for help from BTB friend and Miller/Walker Creek Basin Steward Dennis Clark:
Local mountain men – and women â€“ are wanted for an urban adventure this Saturday morning, Oct. 25th!
Thereâ€™s a decade of trash in the ravine beneath the Sylvester Bridge in Normandy Park. Microwaves, TVs, computer monitors, bicycles, shelving, and variety of other detritus limited only by the imagination of the dolts who threw it off the bridge are at the bottom of the ravine.
With the exception of the trash, which is concentrated in a small area, the ravine is a pocket of green and gold vegetation both attractive and peaceful. The ravine also is home to Fox Creek, a tributary stream to Miller Creek and getting the electronics out will reduce the chance of lead leaching into the creek.
Strong and agile volunteers are needed to pack stuff out of the steep-sided ravine. Safety equipment and donuts will be provided. Volunteers need to wear shoes with good traction and ankle support and wear clothes that can get dirty.
The work will begin 9 a.m. on 11th Place SW just below Sylvester.
Interested volunteers should RSVP with Dennis Clark, Miller/Walker Creek Basin Steward, 206-296-1909, or via email: [email protected].
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