Save the date: Saturday, April 19th!
Join DRCC/TAG and partners to make Seattleâ€™s river a healthier place for our community, salmon and native wildlife.
- Where:Â T-107 Public Access Site (4750 West Marginal Way SW â€“ intersection of West Marginal Way SW and SW Edmunds St.).
- When: 9:45 a.m. â€“ 2:00 p.m.
T-107 is an important archaeological, cultural and historical site that sits on the shores of the original Duwamish River. Also known as Terminal 107, this portion of the riverbank was originally the construction site for a marine terminal. In 1977, artifacts were foundÂ during the development process,Â which halted all construction. The tribe and the community fought to preserve the area, and today it now stands as a wildlife habitat and a lovelyÂ public access siteÂ that overlooks the only original bends in the river. T-107 is an important habitat node, or oasis, where returning salmon and other wildlife can rest, feed and escape from predatorsâ€¦ we want to keep it this way, and make it even better!
Donâ€™t miss this opportunity to make a difference on your river, meet people, enjoy pastries and coffee, and get a free â€śworkout.â€ťÂ Â There will be a choice of tasks that you can help us with, including weeding, removing invasive plants, maintaining the existing plantings and mulching.
To see photos from our last event, click here.
Contact Anna atÂ firstname.lastname@example.orgÂ for more info.
Duwamish Alive! – Fall 2013
We had a great fall Duwamish Alive! event on Saturday, October 19th!Â Thank you so much to everybody that showed up at Terminal 107 (T-107) and helped us make our river a healthier place for our community, fish and wildlife!Â Here are some of the highlights of the event we would like to share with you:
- Thirty (30) people volunteered their time
- 164 native plants were planted
- Two and a half (2.5) cubic yards of mulch were spread in a 180 ft2Â area
- A 140 ft2 area was cleared of invasive plants (blackberry, Scott’s broom, English ivy, Wusteria, buttercup and more)
A special shout out to LUSH Freash Handmade Cosmetics,Â Community Alliance for Global Justice and the Environmental Law Society – Seattle University for their awesome teams at DRCC/TAG’s site at T-107.
Duwamish Alive! is the collective effort of theÂ Duwamish Alive!Â Coalition comprised of:Â Alki Kayak Tours | Argosy Cruises | The Boeing Company | Cascade Land Conservancy | City of Seattle | City of Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund | City of Tukwila | CleanScapes | Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition | EarthCorps | Elliott Bay Restoration Panel | Environmental Coalition of South Seattle | EOS AllianceÂ | U. S. Environmental Protection Agency | Field Roast Grain Meat Co. | Friends of Duwamish Riverbend Hill | Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed Forum of Local Governments | Green Seattle Partnership | Georgetown Community Council | IM-A-PAL Foundation | King County | King Conservation District | Longfellow Creek Watershed Council | Nature Consortium | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | People For Puget Sound | Puget Soundkeeper Alliance | Port of Seattle | REI | Restore America’s Estuaries | Seattle Department of NeighborhoodsÂ |Â Seattle Parks and Recreation | Veterans Conservation Corps | Washington State Department of Ecology.