Join Stewardship Partners by restoring and maintaining the banks of Ames Creek on Growing Things Farm near Carnation, WA. Light refreshments, lunch, tools, gloves and an overview of the work we are doing, why it’s important and how to do it are provided. We’ll educate volunteers about the property and our restoration efforts in the Snoqualmie Valley. Participants will help us maintain native trees and shrubs planted along Ames Creek which meets up with the Snoqualmie River nearby. Growing Things Farm is Salmon-Safe and a certified naturally grown farm established in 1991. They believe in living their lives in harmony with the rest of our world with as little harmful impact as possible. Learn more at http://www.growingthingsfarm.org.
We suggest you dress in layers that include long pants, long sleeve shirt and a jacket. Sturdy footwear such as work boots, mud boots, hiking boots or running shoes are best. Please come prepared for the weather and wear older clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty.