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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...

June 3 workparty Juanita Woodlands

Volunteer Event Information – Juanita Woodlands Park, June 3, 2017 from  9am-1pm King County Parks Day of Event Contact – Lina Rose 206.491.5014 Please RSVP directly to Lina prior to the event if you are planning on attending so that they know how many tools to bring to remove Himalayan blackberries. The...

How the Himalayan Blackberry came to be

If Luther Burbank could see what his Himalayan Blackberry invention did to the Pacific Northwest, maybe he wouldn’t have tinkered with the berry. Because he did there is a big workparty in the Juanita Woodlands on June 3.  Please volunteer and help the woods. “Down the coast in Santa Rosa,...

Juanita Woodlands Workparty June 3 2017

King County is planning a large work party in the Juanita Woodlands on June 3, 2017, volunteers are needed.  Open up the pdf to get all the information.  The Juanita Woodlands is a beloved park!  It is a portal of Douglas Fir, Madrona and Big Leaf Maple flanking Juanita Drive. Read the King5 2011 news story...

Juanita Woodlands Work Party Fri, Sept 9

Friday, September 9 – Host Expedia volunteers at the Juanita Woodlands: Over the past several years, Expedia volunteers have come to our Juanita Woodlands to pull ivy and blackberries and plant new trees. About 60 Expedia employees will show up on September 9 to continue their good work in the Juanita...

All things Finn Hill in August & September (so far)

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends: Here’s a summary of upcoming opportunities to improve your neighborhood and have some fun at the same time: Comment on 100th Avenue improvements Comments are open through Friday, August 5. The City of Kirkland is planning a host of improvements to 100th Avenue, running...

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