Please join us for and easy two hours of restoration work.
Saturday, April 28th, 11 AM - 1 PM
All tools and gloves are provided. For directions and a map to the site go HERE.
Beverages and snacks, good fellowship, light work...it's fun.
Update on conservation activities
Or maybe the forest changed them?
When you do restoration work it's funny how you can come back 10 years later and remember exactly which trees/shrubs you planted. Today Cascadia students got their turn for a memory. The quiz is 10 years from today:)
We are swamped with endorsements and have not had time to put them on our web site yet (soon). But we wanted to get this post out to thank all who have added support for the forest this last week.
Repeat this process until you have a forest...
End of the afternoon team photo... thanks for the forest!
April 6, 2012 - Friends of North Creek Forest and UW-REN students had an opportunity to address Professor Amy Lambert's Ecology class last Friday morning. That was followed by the largest tree planting day yet.
We had a total of 52 students, faculty and Friends on site. Trees, and shrubs "flew" into the ground. The cars just kept on coming and we were blessed with perfect weather for outdoor work... mild.
There were so many people we didn't have enough tools so we arranged forest tours and rotated the planting. Amy and students, You guys are awesome!
In case anyone doubted the potential for education and civic involvement... here's the answer.
What a team!
Do these people look like they are having a good time? The next opportunity for adding "your" trees to the forest is:
Friday (tomorrow) See Directions HERE
11:30 - 12:45
Cascade CC Professor Sadie Rosenthal is bringing her class in for some hands on restoration. Like last week, they will team up with UW-REN students and receive instruction on correct methods.
One year ago we were introducing the concept of the forest as a living laboratory, an education environment for students. Now it is in a reality. This happened because YOU spread the word. Please keep it up. We still have 23 acres to conserve.
1. Forward these news alerts to friends by e-mail;
2. Like Friends of North Creek Forest on Facebook;
3. Sign our Endorsement Page HERE;
4. Volunteer for restoration HERE
Thank you for all of your support,
Friends of North Creek Forest