Volunteers are needed for a Walker Preserve Stewardship Event on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019.

“Join your friends and neighbors in helping protect and restore this community treasure. We will be planting a variety of native trees and shrubs to restore areas recently cleared of ivy and blackberry!”

WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 26: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

WHERE: Walker Preserve Park, SW. 168th St. and 2nd Ave. SW. in Normandy Park, up the road from Normandy Park City Hall (map below).

WHAT: Planting native trees and shrubs. No experience necessary. Tools, training, and snacks provided!



  • Filled water bottle and gloves if you have them; and
  • Weather appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes.

No experience necessary. Training, tools and snacks provided!

RSVP: This helps us coordinate supplies and refreshments. Contact Matt Goehring (Miller Walker Basin Steward) at mgoehring@kingcounty.gov or (206) 263-6826 about any questions and/or to sign-up.

Visit the Miller Walker Basin Volunteer Calendar for more information. Bookmark and check back for program updates!

The Miller Walker Stewardship Program is a joint effort of the City of Burien, City of Normandy Park,  City of SeaTac, King County, and the Port of Seattle.

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