We Helped Save It — Now Let’s Help Build It!

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You helped Save Squak from logging and become a part of our park system for us and future generations to enjoy. But the work isn’t done yet! Before the new park can open to the public, the old campground must be cleaned and restored.

Trust for Public Land, the folks who were critical in financing the transition of the property to King County, needs our help:

Join TPL & Your Neighbors!

Whether you’re an individual, family, group of friends, or corporate group, TPL needs your help creating King County’s newest park!

Whether you’re an individual, family, group of friends, or corporate group, we need your help creating King County’s newest park!

Saturday, October 11, 2014
9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Work gloves and all tools will be provided
Event held rain or shine

Help us prepare this new park by cleaning up former campsites and replanting native species. Only 20 minutes from Seattle, this open space on Squak Mountain will soon be open to the public for hiking, birding, and exploring.

This event is free and family-friendly. Volunteers will receive a t-shirt, other Trust for Public Land goodies, and a delicious lunch provided by Chipotle.

Space is limited. Please RSVP for details and directions by October 6, 2014, to Mahima Singh, mahima.singh@tpl.org or 206.274.2929.