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TREC Planting Project
October 4 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
13th Annual The REALTORS® Environmental Council
TREC Planting Project
The REALTORS® Environmental Council (TREC) volunteers will work to plant native shrubs and trees at Tokul Bypass in Snoqualmie. The Mountains to Sound Greenway is working with King County Parks & Recreation to remove invasive species and plant native trees and shrubs in this area. As an old homestead, the landscape has been heavily altered, so you are helping restore it to forest, floodplain, and riparian habitats. Come to experience this tranquil site, meandering stream, and secondary and old growth forest – all while giving back to this important natural area. Thank you for volunteering with the Greenway Trust and King County Parks!
What to Expect
Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust will provide tools, gloves, parking accommodations, port-o-potties (if there are no nearby bathroom facilities).
The event will run rain or shine so please arrive prepared for the weather. We want you to enjoy your time with us!
Volunteers must wear:
- Long pants made of sturdy material
- Sturdy, close-toed shoes
- Gloves (provided)
We recommend that you also bring:
- Warm layers
- Rain gear
- Long sleeved shirt
- At least one full water bottle
- Small day pack for water, extra layers, etc…
The REALTORS® Environmental Council
TREC was formed by Seattle King County REALTORS® to bring together REALTORS® and the community in responsible environmental stewardship projects that preserve a healthy, natural habitat to enhance our neighborhoods and our region.
You Can Be A Part Of It!
Real estate professionals are well-positioned to raise homeowners’ awareness of local and regional environmental and sustainability issues. REALTORS® are leading the way in the promotion of policies that will protect and enrich the quality of life in our communities.
From the roundabout where WA-202/Railroad Ave meets Tokul Rd SE, exit the traffic circle on Tokul RD SE. * In 0.7 miles, turn right on SE 60th St. * In a quarter mile the road forks, follow signs and stay to the RIGHT, heading down a narrow dirt road. * Continue to the end of the road where staff will direct you to parking.
If you get lost or have questions on the day of the event, please call your volunteer event leader, Caroline Villanova, at (206) 373-1600.
If you have other questions leading up to the event, or for more information about our volunteer program visit www.mtsgreenway.org/volunteer or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and 206.373.1600 (Tuesday-Friday, 8am-4pm).