Join Stewardship Partners and Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center for a day of fish and wildlife habitat restoration!
Today we’ll maintain our Alder Grove buffer by removing invasive plants such as Himalayan blackberry. Light refreshments (coffee, water, and snacks), tools, gloves, and an overview of the work we are doing are provided. We’ll also educate volunteers about Oxbow and Stewardship Partners. Bring a snack if you would like, as well as a full water bottle and a coffee cup or travel mug for refreshments.
After the event volunteers are encouraged to join Oxbow in celebrating their Oxtober Pumpkin Festival. There will be live music, food trucks, hay rides, a farm stand, and, of course, pumpkins! Fun for the whole family! More info at: www.oxbow.org/oxtober/
Dogs are not allowed on the farm.
How to prepare:
We suggest dressing in layers that include long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, and a jacket. Sturdy footwear such as work boots, mud boots, hiking boots, or running shoes are recommended. Come prepared for the weather by bringing rain gear if you have it and older clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty or muddy.
- From Seattle (I-5), take WA-520 E (exit 168B) toward Bellevue/Kirkland.
- Drive for 13.2 miles and continue onto Avondale Road.
- Take a slight Right onto NE Novelty Hill Road.
- At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on NE Novelty Hill Road.
- Turn left onto W Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE
- Take the first Right onto 124th St
- At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit (Right) onto WA-203S/Carnation Duvall Road NE/Fall City Duvall Rd
- After ~1.5 mile take a right into the STAFF entrance. Look for Snoqualmie Stewardship signs!