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Twin Ponds (South End) Park Restoration 7/13

Help Restore Twin Ponds Park

Twin Ponds (South End): 10am to 12pm
3rd Saturdays – 7/13 and other dates

WHO: Individuals, families, and community groups under the guidance of the City of Shoreline’s Master Stewards – trained by the Washington Native Plant Society.


NOTE:  Students must fill out a permission form to participate. Please fill out BOTH of the following forms (we received one from the city and one from the organizer, so please prep both just in case):

Permission Form for Young Volunteers

City of Shoreline Youth Volunteer Service Agreement

See 2019 Schedule of Shoreline Park Restoration Volunteer Opportunities

WHAT: Perform environmental restoration in Shoreline’s forested parks. Rip out invasive weeds and plant native plants!


WHY: Urban forests contribute to environmental, social, and economic well-being.
• Urban forests promote human wellness
• Improved air quality and mitigated wind effects
• Reduction in stormwater runoff and erosion, which ameliorates flooding issues
• Increased shade and cooling for fish-bearing streams, such as Thornton Creek
• Enhancement of wildlife habitat
• Increase in property values

No Experience necessary – just bring your enthusiasm and determination for community-engaged restoration. Gloves, tools, light snacks, water, and warm drinks will be provided.

Please bring a water bottle (for refills), a bigger snack or lunch, tough shoes and clothes that can get muddy, and layers for the weather. We work rain or shine!
RSVP (for shovel and snack counts!) to


City of Shoreline Permission Form

Students under 18 must take a completed form every time they volunteer. Download:  City of Shoreline Youth Volunteer Service Agreement