Boo! You know what’s really scary? Invasive Weeds! Creepy, crawly, spready, sprawly, pokey, sneaky weeds. And we’re going to get em.
This Saturday we’ll be working to remove invasive creeps like ivy, Himalayan blackberry, clematis and teasel from along Johnson Creek. This work will help prepare the area for planting in the spring. Our ultimate goal is to establish more native plants along the creekside so the creek stays cool and hospitable for native fish.
Saturday November 1st, 9am-noon
Meet up near the overlook at the east end of the loop trail
Tools and refreshments provided
Volunteers of all ages are welcome,
We hope to see you out there!
Friends of Tideman Johnson