Please bring your family and friends on June 11 from 2 pm to 6 pm to celebrate two new projects on Thornton Creek that reduce upstream flooding and downstream flows. Learn how you can be part of ongoing efforts to preserve our urban watershed.
Live Music! Food Trucks! Kids activities! Lots of Participating Groups!
Some of the things you can explore: private property streambank enhancements, citizen science water quality monitoring, hiking, bird watching, classroom education, clean up and planting.
Park at the Meadowbrook Community Center (10517 35TH AVE NE, SEATTLE, 98125). Or park next door at Nathan Hale High School then walk over to the Meadowbrook Pond for all activities.
There will be tours of the Thornton Creek Confluence at Meadowbrook Pond throughout the afternoon and at the end of the event there will be a tour of the Knickerbocker Floodplain Project at Kingfisher Natural Area on Thornton Creek. To learn more about the projects visit:
Thornton Creek Confluence
Knickerbocker Floodplain Restoration Project
Influence of the Confluence is hosted by Thornton Creek Alliance
and Adopt A Stream Foundation
In cooperation with Seattle Public Utilites and Seattle Parks and Recreation
PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE: Sno-King Watershed Council, Green Seattle Partnership, Cascade Climate Action, Island Wood, Tree PAC, Protect our Waters, Hive Bio Community Lab, Adopt a Stream Foundation, Sound Salmon Solutions, Seattle Nature Alliance, Midsound Fisheries Enhancement Group, Plant Amnesty, King County Noxious Weed Board, Thornton Creek Alliance and more…