Got cabin fever? We’ve got the solution!

Happy volunteers getting some sun in The Outside at Tolt-MacDonald Park

Feeling cooped up lately, after all these weeks of crazy storms and cold winds?

Dr. Big Backyard hereby orders you to plant some trees, shrubs and other native species in one of these fine King County Parks during March!

All events go from 10 am – 2 pm, unless otherwise indicated. No experience necessary and tools and gloves will be provided.

March 5

  • Skyway Park (between Southeast Seattle and Renton)
  • Lower Lions Natural Area (along the Cedar River, near Renton)

March 12

  • Tolt-MacDonald Park (Carnation)
  • Marymoor Park (West entrance, near SRA boathouse)

March 19

  • Marymoor Park (along Connector Trail)

March 26

  • Chinook Bend Natural Area (along the Snoqualmie River, near Carnation)

To sign up for the March 12th work party at Marymoor, contact Rachel Maranto at or at (206) 849-4406.

For all other events, contact Tina Miller.

2 thoughts on “Got cabin fever? We’ve got the solution!

    1. Thanks for catching that one. Not sure how it slipped off that map, but we’ll work on adding it back in! Here’s a bit more information about Lower Lions: And there’ll be more work parties there in the coming months, so if you’re interested in getting involved, please contact Tina Miller, our Habitat Restoration Volunteer Coordinator, at – she can provide you with directions to the park and work site. Thanks!

Leave a Reply