Join Green Kirkland staff for a virtual native plant walk and natural area tour of a local Kirkland Park.
We'll see lovely native plants, a few nasty invasive plants, look at some cool habitat features and check-in on a restoration site while exploring the urban forest near you!
The online tour via Zoom will review basic plant identification skills and the walking route will be posted for you to explore on your own either before or after the event. Great for beginners interested in learning more about habitat stewardship and their local flora, and those looking to join the Green Kirkland program in the future. There will be a short Q&A session following the presentation slides.
Registration is free but required to participate.
Who: Open to any current or future Green Kirkland Partnership volunteers with an interest in natural areas stewardship, local flora and habitat.
Youth Participants: Our friends under age 14 please attend with an adult.
How to register: Please register ahead of time via this link to receive the event details including the password to join the online experience..
Where: Virtual presentation via online platform Zoom. Link to the webinar will be posted shortly and you will receive a password to participate once registered.
When: Thursday May 28, 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Resources from the Webinar (for educational purposes only):
Plant Walk Overview and Introduction Slides (PDF, 1.5 MB)
Everest Park Plant Walk and Natural Area Tour Slides (PDF, 2.5 MB)
Edith Moulton Plant Walk and Natural Area Tour Slides (PDF, 2.5 MB)