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Restoration Work in City of Woodinville Parks

WOODINVILLE, WA. – The City of Woodinville is pleased to announce King Conservation District’s grant award to Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust to perform stream restoration in Woodinville.

Previously, the City of Woodinville partnered with Mountains to Sound Greenway to provide environmental restoration work in the community. This restoration project will begin March 2018 in Rotary Community Park and in Little Bear Creek Park.
The main goal of this restoration project is to remove invasive species, replant native species and restore riparian corridor along Little Bear Creek. Beginning in March, Mountains to Sound contractors and volunteers will begin initial work by mowing and grubbing out invasive species. Then, the planting of native species will take place sometime this fall. Mountains to Sound will continue monitoring native plantings and removing additional invasive species through 2019.

Riparian restoration promotes tree and plant growth which in turn provides fish habitat, sustenance for native species, clean water, appropriate water temperatures and stable water flows.

For questions regarding the project, please contact Jenna Ormson, Associate Planner, by email: jennao@ci.woodinville.wa.us or by phone: 425-877-2293.
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Restoration Work in City of Woodinville Parks

 

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