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More than 60 volunteers restore Juanita Bay Park in Kirkland

More than 60 volunteers mulched, planted native trees and shrubs, and removed invasive blackberry roots at Juanita Bay Park recently. - Contributed
More than 60 volunteers mulched, planted native trees and shrubs, and removed invasive blackberry roots at Juanita Bay Park recently.
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More than 60 volunteers mulched, planted native trees and shrubs, and removed invasive blackberry roots at Juanita Bay Park recently.

The event, which was run by Green Kirkland Partnership and EarthCorps, and sponsored by the Robidoux Foundation, continues the restoration of this jewel of a park.

Green Kirkland thanks all the schools, businesses, community organizations and individuals who care so much for Kirkland parks.

 

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