North SeaTac Park - Third Sunday at North …10/15/2023


Help restore beautiful North SeaTac Park's forest! Volunteers have been transforming this site - nicknamed "The Enchanted Glade" since fall of 2020. When we started, most of this site was dominated by a thick growth of blackberry vines and mats of ivy that covered the ground and tree trunks and entangled the lower branches of trees. This has been cleared in a large area, allowing native plants to begin to return. Over 100 additional native trees and other plants have been planted by volunteers as well.

We will focus on protecting old and new native trees and other plants by removing ivy, thistle, and blackberry weeds and applying mulch. Come learn some restoration basics and help out your community. This is work that really matters!

All ages OK

17 out of 20 participants registered.

What to Bring

Wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes, long sleeves and pants. Wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty. Hats are recommended. Rain gear may be needed. Bring gardening gloves or hand tools (clippers especially), if you have them. No worries if not - we'll have some for you to use. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we won't have bottled water or snacks, so bring what you need!

Where to Meet

Meet near the small parking lot near Des Moines Memorial Dr. S. and S. 128th St. You should see a picnic shelter nearby. If you arrive after the event starts and don't see us, call Noemie at 253-653-6028

Meeting Location Map

Where to Park

There is a small parking lot near this corner. If no spaces are available, there's usually parking on Des Moines Memorial Dr. S. across the street from the park. You can also park in overflow parking a few blocks away (if traveling north on Des Moines Mem. Dr. S., make a right onto S. 128th St. and then a quick right onto 20th Ave S. Drive until you reach parking for North SeaTac Park.

Date & Time

October 15, 2023 10am - 12pm


Noemie Maxwell

Organizer is Noemie (No-Amy). 253-653-6028

Extra Info

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