“Now that we have freed the soil and given it a chance to catch its breath — after years of being suffocated under a layer of asphalt — it’s time to add some native plants to grow the vibrancy and health of the space!” – Erica Mattison, Depave Executive Director
As a follow-up to the May 19 Mt Hood Community College (MHCC) depave work party we held with Sandy River Watershed Council, we are holding a planting work party. This project is part of MHCC’s work as a Salmon-Safe Certified campus.
This is an all-ages work party. Snacks and materials will be provided. No landscaping experience needed.Sign up here!
By registering in advance, you’ll help us know how many people to expect. Responses by October 20 are especially appreciated.
Once you’ve registered via our website, spread the word to friends via the Facebook event page.