Time: January 16, 2012 from 10am to 4pm
Location: Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center @ Discovery Park
Street: Discovery Park
City/Town: Seattle, Washington
Website or Map: https://volunteer.truist.com/…
Event Type: day_of_service
Organized By: Joyce LeCompte-Mastenbrook & Keith Mastenbrook
Latest Activity: Jan 16, 2012
Friends of the Bernie Whitbear Daybreak Star Garden are working to transform the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center's 20 acres of land at Discovery Park into a model of sustainable land management practices. We've teamed up with United Way to jump-start our efforts.
On Martin Luther King Day we will work to heal the legacy of Fort Lawton by removing invasive species from the Serpent Mound that delimits the eastern boundary of the Daybreak Star lands. This will be done in preparation for future planting of culturally significant plants used by First Peoples for food, medicine, fiber, tools, and technology.
Please join us for a day of fun and meaningful work in this beautiful setting!