The Maple School Natural Area is a 15-acre greenspace, overrun by invasive plants such as blackberry and ivy. The Northwest Environmental Education Council has planned a work day on January 19 to remove the invasive plants and plant native species to restore the greenspace.
If you would like to help, please meet at the base of the stairs at South Lucile Street and 18th Avenue South at 10:00 am on January 19 (MLK Jr. Day). Wear work clothes. Tools, gloves, snacks and instruction will be provided.
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Thanks so much for posting this, BHB. For anyone who hasn’t yet had an opportunity to feast their eyes on this beautiful area, I encourage you to check it out with or without kids. Maple School and its adjacent greenspace are both big gems of the Beacon Hill community. RVP
I live just one house away from this greenspace, and I didn’t realize until now that it had a name!
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