Community Meeting for Neighbors of Kubota Garden
Wikli click Columbia City's
Neighbor News

Community Meeting for Neighbors of Kubota Garden

Learn what you can do in your own yard to help protect Kubota Garden and become a WHING (Wildlife Habitat in Neighboring Gardens) of Kubota Garden. Washington Native Plant Stewards ae volunteering to provide resources about beautiful, low-cost/low-maintenance plants that can help protect our city's forests and parks.
Thursday, May 24, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Pritchard Beach Park, Boat House, S. Gratten Street and 55th Avenue South

The meeting will provide information and an opportunity! We are looking for neighbors to participate in a pilot project creating healthy and active forest buffers on their own property by planting some native plants. Open to all. Snacks provided.

Directions: From S. Cloverdale St. head north on Seward Park Ave. Take your first Right onto S. Grattan Street and follow it into the park.

moc.liamg|tcejorp.sGNIHW#moc.liamg|tcejorp.sGNIHW or (206) 963-9081

Comment on this item

Add a New Comment

post your own Wikli item post your own Wikli item
Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License