Submitted by Clover Park Rotary.
This Saturday, October 7th at the South Sound Wildlife area, come join members of our community at our first Prairie Restoration Planting Day.
Plan to join us from 9:00AM to 1:00PM as we remove the tarps that have been in place all summer long killing the invasive plants and their seeds and planting the first of many native grasses and flowers that once covered this entire area. Clover Park Rotary and the Lakewood community have worked to restore and keep this small area for future generations.
Come join the community in celebrating what has been accomplished in the past few years and help us move forward with the future development of what this amazing site can be for Lakewood.
We will be installing the first 4 interpretative signs along the half mile paved trail through the area and doing some site restoration for a spring planting in May.
Located on Phillips Road, this 90 Acre area is open to the public during daylight hours for Hiking, bird watching, dog walking and other uses consistent with a wildlife preserve. We invite you to come share the excitement and join the connection to our community.
For more information or to get involved, contact Alan Billingsley (firstname.lastname@example.org) Rotary Project coordinator