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11th Annual TREC Planting Project 10/6/17

Oct 06, 2017 10:00am -
Oct 06, 2017 03:00pm

Event Description

11th Annual TREC Planting Project

October 6, 2017

Location:  Cougar/Squak Corridor Park
10610 Renton-Issaquah Rd. (SR 900)
Issaquah, WA 98027

The REALTORS® Environmental Council (TREC) volunteers will work to plant trees at this site to assist King County’s goal to plant 80,000 trees this season and to help implement King County’s 1 million tree effort over the next several years.

What to Expect
Event will begin with a discussion that includes information about King County Parks, the park that you are serving in, why this work is important and tool use and safety. King County will supply work gloves, a jug of water, all instruction and tools. Minors attending the event without a parent or legal guardian must bring a signed youth waiver to event in order to participate.

Our events run rain or shine so please arrive prepared for the weather. We want you to enjoy your time with us!

  • Layers of warm clothing that can get dirty.
  • Jeans or thick pants are ideal, stretchy leggings, shorts or capris are not recommended
  • Rain jacket and rain pants
  • Closed –toed shoes are essential. Sturdy sneakers or hiking boots are ideal
  • Full water bottle

The REALTORS® Environmental Council 
TREC was formed by Seattle King County REALTORS® to bring together REALTORS® and the community in responsible environmental stewardship projects that preserve a healthy, natural habitat to enhance our neighborhoods and our region.

You Can Be A Part Of It! 
Real estate professionals are well-positioned to raise homeowners’ awareness of local and regional environmental and sustainability issues. REALTORS® are leading the way in the promotion of policies that will protect and enrich the quality of life in our communities.

10610 Renton-Issaquah Rd. (SR 900)
Issaquah, WA 98027

From I-90
This site is located on the left just past the Cougar Mt. Wilderness Peak Parking Area
Driveway is approximately 3 miles from I-90 / SR900 interchange. On your left you will see a sand & gravel material business, Park driveway is next one on your left.

Event Type:Annual Event
Category:Annual Event
Early registration ends on Oct 04, 2017.
Regular registration starts on Oct 05, 2017 and ends on Oct 05, 2017.
Late registration starts on Oct 06, 2017.
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