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KCLT: Make A Difference Day for Birchwood Neighborhood

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KCLT: Make A Difference Day for Birchwood Neighborhood

Time: October 23, 2010 from 9am to 1pm
Location: Corner of Indiana and Lafayette St. (Birchwood Neighborhood)
Street: at the end of Indiana off Patton
City/Town: Bellingham
Phone: Kulshan Community Land Trust @ 671-5600
Event Type: voluteer, work-party, neighborhood, improvement
Organized By: Kulshan Community Land Trust and Whatcom Volunteer Center
Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2010

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October 23rd is Make A Difference Day!

Join KulshanCLT as we prepare garden spots, weed and prune fruit trees at our new home sites. This site is adjacent to a popular neighborhood walking trail and our work will preserve and enhance the natural features enjoyed by all. We will be pruning fruit trees of an old orchard to help the trees. Removal of invasive weeds and doing the first steps to prepare for vegetable gardens to enhance our local resiliency.

This is a family, kid-friendly event!

Preregistration is requested. Call Kulshan Community Land Trust 671-5600

Coffee, Snacks and Pizza will be provided.
Bring: Gloves, and if you have them, any of the following: pruners, loppers, shovels and rakes. (label your tools)

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Comment by David MacLeod on October 17, 2010 at 9:53pm
Attached is the poster for this event.
MADD10_poster.pdf
Comment by Angela MacLeod on October 12, 2010 at 2:55pm
As a Kulshan Community Land Trust home owner and Birchwood neighborhood resident I am helping get the word out about this work party in our neighborhood. The location is at Indiana and Lafayette where the Land Trust is currently in the process of purchasing a number of lots that are adjacent to a trail that many locals use. I really appreciate the Land Trust's desire for this site and future homes to be a positive contribution to the neighborhood. . This work party is an opportunity to see the site and help give it a head start. (actual building is a few years off.) I'm hoping that the garden spots could be cultivated next spring and produce veggies for anyone who needs them.

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