Log Blog: Thank You Volunteers

Log Blog: Thank You Volunteers

Log Blog to March 30th volunteers-A big THANK YOU!

“We had a great turnout! A big thank you to all 25 volunteers. We had beautiful weather, everyone really worked hard. Mother nature, the woodlands, and the neighborhood are immensely grateful”, says Teresa Chilelli, Chairperson of the Juanita Woodlands. She reports volunteers cleared invasive Himalayan blackberry and holly, and also re-tagged and staked native trees planted January 2012 in the Woodlands east section.

And here’s photos of some of their accomplishments. Huge piles of pulled invasive plants, and plenty of breathing room now for these native young trees to grow and flourish through their coming growing season. Thank you volunteers!

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Next Woodlands event will be in September 2013

Teresa announced the next event will be sometime in September, in the west section of the Juanita Woodlands, where volunteers planted 4300 native trees in 2010 and 2011. Volunteer at the September event to help maintain and nurture these young trees. By volunteering you become part of the 5 year re-forestation program to create a healthier more diverse tree canopy in the park. Be a part of this lasting legacy. September date to be announced soon. Visit the Finn Hill Alliance website for the date, time, and details, and stay informed with your Juanita Woodlands Log Blog.

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