Discovery Park Restoration with Phi Sigma
November 18, 2012 — Discovery Park
Spend your Sunday hanging out with Mother Nature. A mother's love is unconditional, but sometimes she needs a backrub - so think of this service project as giving Mother Nature a nice backrub. We will be hanging out in the beautiful Discovery Park in Seattle and contributing to forest and meadow restoration efforts. Over 5000 native plants have been planted since 1997, and who knows what birds, mammals, reptiles or amphibians you will be able to spot in all that new habitat! This trip is hosted by Phi Sigma Biological Honors Society and the project is lead by the Green Seattle Partnership. Bring shovels and other gardening tools if you have them but leave your favorite outfit at home because we're gonna GET DIRTY and NERDY! Meet in Thompson Parking Lot at 11:45 a.m. and bring a car or $2 for gas - we will be carpooling Sign up in the Expy! Free!