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Stewardship - Weed Pull on Middle Fork of Snoqualmie River

Weed Pull on Middle Fork of Snoqualmie River

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  • Sun, May 6, 2007
  • Stewardship
  • Adults
8: AM at N.E. 65th Park & Ride, just off I-5
Join fellow Mountaineers and the Sierra Club’s Cascade Checkerboard Project as we team with the Mountains-to-Sound Greenway to remove invasive weeds from the close-by and very popular Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. We will be getting dirty and pulling blackberry, tansy ragwort and other invasive species from the upper half of the Middle Fork Road, beyond where most people drive. Its work but we have fun and feel a real sense of accomplishment when we're finished. The Mountaineers has a long history of activity and advocacy in this popular valley and pulling invasives before they completely take over is one more way to help keep the valley in a more natural state. Leader: Harry Romberg, 206-365-9302, HBRomb@aol.com Other possible meeting points, depending on the number of participants, are the Issaquah Park & Ride off I-90 and the Starbucks in North Bend. Other similar activities will be announced in the June Mountaineer.

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