The "Friends of Seminary Hill" is a community group that is a partner to the City in maintaining the Seminary Hill Natural Area. To join the "Friends of Seminary Hill" or for more information, contact a member listed in their brochure, by email Friends of the Seminary Hill, or Follow Us on Facebook. You can also follow them on Twitter or Instagram.
Seminary Hill Natural Area is a unique, environmental jewel in our own backyard. But, we may be losing this treasure. Ivy is an alien plant that has invaded our hill and has taken over. Ivy covers and strangles our 50-100-year-old trees, and ferns, covers up our wildflowers and destroys our native plants.
You can be part of saving it - you can make a difference! Join "Friends of Seminary Hill" in Centralia. Support it by volunteering once a month to pull ivy.
The main entrance is located at 902 E Locust Street, five blocks east of downtown Centralia. View Seminary Hill map.
AmeriCorps assisted the Friends of Seminary Hill with clean-up during the past summer.