It’s looking like the weather will be fine for the third annual Green Tacoma Day.
That’s a good thing, because organizers are predicting 500 people will show up at 15 sites for tours, activities, and chances to work at restoring parks, campuses and natural areas.
The first Green Tacoma Day drew about 100 people to Julia’s Gulch, where they rescued trees from ivy and went to war with blackberries. The event’s grown in size and scope. This year, participants can work, walk or play, learning all the way in a packed schedule from 9 a.m. to …