Seattle Parks and Recreation will host a public meeting on the Wolf Creek Ravine Natural Area revegetation project on Thursday, Sept. 4. The meeting will take place at the Queen Anne P-Patch (Third Avenue North and Boston Street), starting at 5:30 p.m.

On the 1.37 acres in Wolf Creek Ravine Natural Area it owns, Seattle Parks will:

•Control the noxious weeks and native plant revegetation (in the ravine, north of the Lynn Street right-of-way, with Green Seattle Partnership funding;

•Realign the eastern p-patch fence line to line up with the existing property boundary (increasing the p-patch area); and

•Improve sight lines into the park for safety.

The planning, site preparation and noxious-weed control is take place by the end of summer 2014, with planning in winter 2014-15. The project is scheduled for completion in winter 2015-16.

For more information, contact Michael Yadrick at (206) 615-1046 or michael.yadrick@seattle.gov.