Volunteers are needed to help plant 3,000 ponderosa pine seedlings along the banks of the Spokane River Park on March 28th at 2839 W. Clark Avenue in Spokane.
This event is a project of the Forest Spokane Initiative. This initiative is an ambitious plan to mitigate storm water by implementing green infrastructure by planting trees and removing impervious surfaces.
A variety of young and old volunteers are needed to dig, plant seedlings, and carry supplies.
Volunteers should bring their own gloves, shovels, and/or pick ax for the program. Some supplies will also be available the day of the event. Those who plan to attend should also bring their own water, and dress appropriately for the weather.
To register for the planting event visit www.volunteerspokane.org, select events and filter by March 28th.