Volunteers help with Salmon Bay Natural Area

A group of volunteers helped Groundswell NW spruce up and plant new vegetation at the Salmon Bay Natural Area over the weekend, through several bouts of heavy rain.

Liz emailed us and said that although the group got wet and muddy, they had fun and got a lot done. “We started the morning with litter pick up and weeding along one mile of Burke Gilman Trail near Salmon Bay Natural Area. After weeding, we planted donated trees and prepared a planter bed to make room for the welcome figure sculpture by Seattle artist Marvin Oliver. We are getting really excited about the sculpture installation at Salmon Bay Natural Area that will unite the vision for a sense of place with ecological function.” You can see the write-up on the 16-foot bronze sculpture here.

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