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, the methods for control or eradication, and provides opportunities where volunteers can participate in "hands-on" restoration projects; thus improving the aesthetic and recreational quality of our public places.
Celebrate! Earth Day in Lake Boren Park April 20th, 2013 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Join us for Earth Day. You'll enjoy the mini-seminars, kid's activities, electric vehicles, Bert the Salmon, National Wildlife Federation Mascot Ranger Rick, blackberry munching goats, flower and veggie plants for sale by Hazen Booster Club, and musical entertainment by the Boeing Employees’ Concert Band, and the Hazen High School Jazz Band. Discover "FIN" - the 25' walk-in Salmon, and the live raptor, turtle, and frog displays! Find everything from organic body care products to solar and wind energy solutions that make a difference for our planet and future generations. Plus NEW this year is a silent auction of wonderful items hosted by the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce. Learn what’s Good for the Neighbor'hoods around Puget Sound. Register your yard as a Wildlife Habitat, and "Do Some Good for your 'Hood."
Our motto: "We Battle Invasive Weeds"
Weed Warrior projects reflect the willingness of citizens of all ages to be involved
and take part in the community as environmental stewards.
Consider our Volunteer Efforts and Support Environmental Projects
in our Parks, Trails and Open Spaces!
Donation Link will Soon be Active.....
Thank you for your Donation to Support Environmental Stewardship!
For Information on the Weed Warriors, please read thePress Release ~~~~~~ Check thePhotos Page for Pictures of Past Projects