Cross Kirkland Corridor Restoration Event July 26 Needs Volunteers



Join Earthcorps and the Green Kirkland program to beautify the Cross Kirkland Corridor in Cotton Hill Park!

We need your help to remove a patch of blackberries along the Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC) and make the interim trail more attractive. This is one of the last remaining patches of blackberries in Cotton Hill Park. Restoration of this park started six years ago, and thanks to many amazing volunteers, the invasive plants are almost gone. This is a fun event for all ages. It's a great way for families or a group of friends to spend time together as well.

Saturday, July 26
10 am to 2 pm (come for any portion)
Gloves and tools provided
Bring water and wear sturdy shoes, long pants, and long sleeves
(Under 14 must be accompanied by parent or guardian; age 14-18 must have parent signature on this form.)

Cotton Hill Park is located at 110th Ave NE and NE 98th Street (98033), behind Peter Kirk elementary, in the Highlands neighborhood.

We encourage you to register online for this event and spread the word to your friends and family! 

Learn more about Green Kirkland at www.greenkirkland.org.