Volunteer Planting at Burnt Bridge Creek - MLK DAY of Service, Monday, January 15th
6102 NW Bernie Drive
Vancouver, WA 98663
United States of America
Plant trees to enhance native habitat and improve the water quality of Burnt Bridge Creek with your community.
MLK Day, January 15th, 9 AM - 12 PM
Pre-registration is required.
All ages and abilities are welcome. Let us know if you need accommodations to participate.
Youth age 15 + may volunteer without an adult present.
Accessibility: The planting site will be accessed by 10-minute walk on a sloped dirt and rock trail.
We'll provide: Planting gloves, shovels, snacks and warm beverages.
What to wear: Long sleeves, pants, sturdy sneakers or boots. Dress for the weather: extra layers are helpful.
What you should bring: Water bottle, sun/raingear.
Directions: A reminder email with directions and parking info will be sent 3 days before the event.
Questions? Please contact Samantha Dumont at 503-939-7381 or email@example.com
9:00 AM - Check in and hike into site
9:15 AM - Introductions, project orientation, safety
9:30 AM - Planting native trees and shrubs (taking personal breaks when needed)
11:45 PM - Wrap up and hike back to parking area
12:00 PM - End of event
We welcome ALL ages, races and ethnicities, religions, gender identities, countries of origin, sexual orientation, immigrants and refugees, abilities and disabilities, spoken and signed languages. Together, we are a stronger community working toward a common goal.
Thank you project funders and partners - this project wouldn't be possible without you: Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board, City of Vancouver Public Works, One Tree Planted and BEF's Promise the Pod Program.