Juanita Woodlands Clean Up

Juanita Woodlands Clean Up

Volunteers Needed on March 30th…you came…we worked

Update: 4-3-2013 We had a beautiful sunny day on March 30th. It was delivered for this fantastic clean-up.  Thank you all for coming out to work in the Woodlands.  We made great progress and the trees thank you….Teresa

Did you know that strategically placed trees can decrease utility bills or that an acre of trees absorbs the amount of carbon produced by driving a car 26,000 miles?

We need your help to help preserve the Juanita Woodlands!

Please join us at 9:00 AM on Saturday, March 30th.  We will be meeting at the 120th St. trail head on the east side of Juanita Dr. at 76th.  See the attached flier for a map.  We need volunteers to help pull invasive species and re-tag trees.

To sign up or for more information please call Teresa at 425-501-4693 or email TChilelli@aol.com.

Click here to View PDF of Flyer.

3 Responses to “Juanita Woodlands Clean Up”

  1. Ken Albinger says:

    Great work folks. I plan to come out and help.
    The woods have always been a source od healing and calm for me. Ken Albinger

  2. Jeanette Leach says:

    What a wonderful turn out! Teresa couldn’t have chosen a better day for weather if she’d custom ordered it. Even our new King County Counsel person (Rod Dembowski) pulled blackberries.