Redmond seeking support to keep its parks going green

March 23, 2018 by  

A Redmond event has been planned that will provide practical proof that almost anyone can lend a hand when it comes to restoration in the local area.

Green Redmond Partnership has organized the ‘Learn About Forest Restoration in Redmond!’ orientation session that will give more details about the work it is doing to aid in the care of the city’s urban forested parks. It will also provide details for individuals who wish to do even more by becoming a Neighborhood or Forest Steward.

The event is open to anyone, including both groups and individuals, who would like to play a role in sustaining the urban forest. According to the function’s organizers, the city has 1,036 acres of parkland, and the support of the public can help to ensure that their forests are healthy and thriving.

During the orientation, those who attend will learn more about the different opportunities available to do just this. They can choose what type of involvement is best for them, and everyone with an interest is welcome. Brochure printing can be used to create informational materials for this type of public occasion.

This introduction to the Green Redmond Partnership and the volunteer opportunities it has to offer will be held on April 14 in Farrel-McWhirter Park. The organizer’s website includes more information, as well as a chance to register to participate.

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