NHUAC meeting Feb. 6 will focus on dealing with invasive weeds

information from NHUAC

We are pleased to be hosting Grace Stiller, President of the non-profit group “Weed Warriors”. Weed Warriors work with cities and communities to reduce the negative impact of invasive, noxious weeds in public places, like parks, trails, and open spaces. 
The program offers education about invasive weeds, methods for control or eradication, and provides opportunities where volunteers participate in "hands-on" restoration projects; thus improving the environmental health, and aesthetic and recreational qualities of our public places.
We are also pleased to have a presentation from Hannah Kent, Neighborhood Program Manager, for Sustainable Seattle. Ms. Kent will be providing information on plans for the introduction of rain gardens and urban gardens at the Holy Family School in White Center. She is also interested in ideas for where these types of projects could be located in the greater North Highline community.

White Center Store Front Deputy, BJ Myers will be on hand to provide updates on crime trends.

Please plan on joining us for this informative community discussion – All are Welcome –

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North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting
When: 7pm Thursday, February 6
Where: North Highline Fire Station (1243 112th Street SW)

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