RAVENSDALE, WA - The Middle Green River Coalition is hosting its annual benefit event that includes live music all day, a beer garden, local food, a silent auction, booths and family adventure challenges this Saturday at Kanaskat Palmer State Park from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Local bands including Dana Lyons, Night Train, BDC, Palmer Junction and Howling Rain will be playing starting at 1 p.m.
Rock the Green is a benefit event for the Middle Green River Coalition, with all proceeds going toward the protection of the middle Green River and the Green - Duamish River Watershed.
The Middle Green River Coalition protects and enhances open spaces in the Middle Green River watershed to ensure long-term habitat health and recreation opportunities.
The event is free and open to the public. A Discover Pass will be required for park entry. For more information, visit the website, www.MGRCRocktheGreen.org.
About Middle Green River Coalition
Middle Green River Coalition is dedicated to protecting the Green River Gorge and Middle Green River Watershed. Founded in 2000, MGRC is a group of community members, regional organizations, recreationists, private land owners, government and others. Through conservation, restoration and education, MGRC preserves key natural areas to protect wildlife and support recreational outings.
Editor's Note: Information provided by the Middle Green River Coalition.