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We now post upcoming events on the right side of this page and at the bottom of our Home Page.
Thanks to a Grassroots Grant from the Rose Foundation we are able to put up to 50 people to work in the forest on a given day. These are exciting events.
They are also vital to the conservation of North Creek Forest.
This is a big forest.
It takes a large community to save it and care for it.
Working together we improve the forest.
Working together we build a common resolve.
While disturbing to some, the forest to the south is being cleared for housing. The reality is, we need houses AND we need urban forests. The same developer clearing the forest below cooperates with us to remove invasive plants from his land in North Creek Forest and is willing to sell his land for conservation.
He only needs a fair deal.
We are committed to saving the forest AND finding a winning solution for landowners..
So please help us steward North Creek Forest.
The hours you offer helps us show community support for grants that can save the rest of the forest.
Adam Hess removing English Holly from North Creek Forest
Today we honor Adam Hess for his outstanding contributions to science and forest stewardship.
FNCF works with many students. Adam Hess and his student research partners (and friends) Caitlin Ihler and Maddy Fisher have been involved with FNCF in some way since Fall of 2011.
Enjoy this interview written by Krystle Minerich HERE.
Thank you Adam, Caitlin and Maddy!