Volunteers participate in planting during a small, socially distanced Arbor Day event on Oct. 17 at Pioneer Park. The city teamed with EarthCorps for the city’s third annual Arbor Day celebration. Andy Nystrom/ Reporter

Volunteers participate in planting during a small, socially distanced Arbor Day event on Oct. 17 at Pioneer Park. The city teamed with EarthCorps for the city’s third annual Arbor Day celebration. Andy Nystrom/ Reporter

Volunteers lend a hand at Arbor Day events

City and EarthCorps hold small planting gatherings.

  • Monday, October 19, 2020 9:34am
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Top: Volunteers participate in planting during a small, socially distanced Arbor Day event on Oct. 17 at Pioneer Park. The city teamed with EarthCorps for the city’s third annual Arbor Day celebration. Andy Nystrom/ Reporter

Bottom: An EarthCorps member and volunteers plant away on Oct. 17. Two small, socially distanced events took place on Arbor Day at Pioneer Park. Andy Nystrom/ Reporter


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An EarthCorps member and volunteers plant away on Oct. 17. Two small, socially distanced events took place on Arbor Day at Pioneer Park. Andy Nystrom/ Reporter

An EarthCorps member and volunteers plant away on Oct. 17. Two small, socially distanced events took place on Arbor Day at Pioneer Park. Andy Nystrom/ Reporter

Mercer Island Deputy Mayor Wendy Weiker, left, and natural resources specialist Kim Frappier plant a western red cedar. Courtesy photo

Mercer Island Deputy Mayor Wendy Weiker, left, and natural resources specialist Kim Frappier plant a western red cedar. Courtesy photo

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