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Call for Artist on the Cross Kirkland Corridor Project

The Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission is seeking an artist or artist teams to serve as “Artist in Residence” to create an ephemeral art project on site at the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The artwork will be constructed and installed on the Cross Kirkland Corridor during the period of  Sept 10...

Flowers you don’t want

All flowers are beautiful in their own way, but there are some that spell trouble in spite of their aesthetic appeal. King County noxious weed specialists shared photos of a few not-so-lovely noxious weeds. Here is the King County 2015 annual report on noxious weeds. From King County: “This report...

627 Acres of Parkland Surrounds Finn Hill

Today, our parks are more critical than ever. They are an example of a shifting baseline also known as a sliding baseline. This is a type of change to how an eco system is measured, usually against previous reference points.  Our parks connect us with the natural world and inspire us to be better stewards...

King County Conservation Trust Grant CommitteeTour

On a sunny Tuesday, April 26, 2016, the King County Conservation Trust Grant Committee toured the Juanita Heights park and trail proposed expansion area. The area is on Goat Hill. FHNA has partnered with the City of Kirkland in applying for a 2016 Conservation Trust 135K grant toward purchasing forested...

Volunteer in the Parks During Earth Month!

April is Earth Month! Volunteer in Finn Hill forests during Earth Month. There are many opportunities for children, youth, adults and families to work together in our parks during Earth month.  Choose an event! April 9th – Juanita Woodlands Work Party 9 to noon (even 30 minutes is appreciated!) Meet...

April 9 Juanita Woodlands work party

Plan on attending the April 9 Juanita Woodlands work party.  For more information contact Date: April 9 Time: 9 to noon (even 30 minutes is appreciated!) Location: Corner of NE 118th Place and 76th Ave NE Activity: Remove blackberries and other invasives, which are burying our baby trees. Bring: heavy work...

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