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Workparty MacDonald Preserve Sat. March 3

There will be a tree planting event at the Denny Creek MacDonald Memorial Preserve on Saturday March 3rd from 10am to 1pm. Forterra is sponsoring the event. Please join the workparty. Click below on the sign up link. This 6-acre forested property overlooks Lake Washington and is linked by an extensive trail...

2017 Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance Annual Report

FINN HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE – 2017 ANNUAL REPORT Annual Report PDF Neighborhood Plan/Holmes Point Tree Ordinance (HPO) • Attended and spoke at Planning Commission meetings in January, March, April, June, August September, and October on neighborhood plan; co-hosted (with City) community meeting on plan...

Annual Report 2016

Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (November 2015- November 2016) Cohesive Community Connected by Woodlands & Waterways Committed to Neighborhood Stewardship “The mission of the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is to coordinate our active community of residents and regional partners to preserve,...

Volunteer in OO Denny Sat Nov 18

Join the Green Kirkland Partnership on Green Kirkland Day to help with the restoration of O.O. Denny Park. Volunteers will spend the morning participating in a mix of restoration activities which may include removing non-native invasive plants like ivy and Himalayan blackberry, spreading mulch over cleared...

Expedia volunteers work in Juanita Woodlands

On Friday Sept 8, over 60 Expedia employees dived into helping us maintain Juanita Woodlands’ native vegetation by removing invasive plants, lead by King County Parks and FHNA volunteers.  Expedia has had annual gatherings in the park for several years, and is a major contributor to keeping the park...

Homeowners living near streams

Ever been curious about what it takes to return your stream to a more natural state and support fish & wildlife habitat, increase property aesthetics, and decrease maintenance needs? Tour a Finn Hill shoreline restoration project that’s using native plants to revitalize an area once taken over by...

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