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Yakala Provides Service
Friday, 15 March 2013 14:34
small_mw001On November 24th the Yakala Chapter planted plants as a service project. We logged 30 hours and 30 minutes planting in Frink Park. Frink Park is a Park in Seattle in the Leschi neighborhood. There were five of us-Christopher, Aldo, Gerry, James, and Darrell, a volunteer for the city. Frink Park was a park designed by the Olmstead brothers. The majority of the trees in the park are approaching the end of their lives. The park was overrun with English Ivy and Himalayan Blackberries. The goal of the service project was to plant native shrubs and trees in order to restore the forest. The invasive plants were removed before we got there. We planted 21 trees including Vine Maples, Tamarack Pines, Grand Firs, hemlocks, and Western Red Cedars. We planted 102 shrubs including salal, mock oranges, roses, a variety of ferns, currants, Oregon grapes, bearberries, serviceberries, and beaked hazelnut. On December 22nd we returned to Frink Park to do more planting. We planted on a plot next to the place where we planted on the 24th. We had seven people come, all of the people who came to the first one with the addition of Darcy, another volunteer for the city, and Dillon. Once we finished planting, we removed ivy, holly, and some non-native cherry trees. We logged around 29 hours. (This project ended at two while the first one ended at four.) We planted around 80 shrubs and 5 trees. We will be returning for more projects throughout the year. The picture shows Darrell, James, and Christopher digging holes. Aldo is planting. Gerry took the picture.
 

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