The Kiwanis Wildlife Corridor is our second oldest work area. The corridor begins at the end of 34th Ave. W. and links to Commodore Way and the Magnolia side of the Ballard Locks via a long-standing “social”, or un-official trail. Our work here has been difficult due to the large size of the area (about 2 acres) and the aggressive nature of the invasives, such as Himalayan blackberry, English ivy, holly, poisonous hemlock and especially, morning glory. We have concentrated our efforts in plots of ground here, and by now most areas have been planted in native shrubs and low trees such as thimbleberry, salmonberry, western crabapple, red-osier dogwood, Indian plum, Nootka rose, and ocean spray, which are gradually shading out the invasives. Come visit and see the progress!