Can you guess what this month's Microworlds photo is?
Call To Action
Dear FNCF Supporter,
We are writing today to urge you to contact your legislators and ask them to support two important conservation measures that have a direct impact on North Creek Forest and our broader community. Please email your legislators in Olympia today and request that they:
1. Retain the current WWRP allocation formula and
2. Fund the No Child Left Inside Grant Program.
Seeking Education Interns
Himalayan Blackberry in North Creek Forest
We spend a lot of time looking at and celebrating BIG things here in North Creek Forest: not just our impressive mature Douglas Firs and the huge leaves that grace our many Big Leaf Maples, but also truckloads of invasive species being hauled away, massive piles of mulch going in to the restoration sites, and our grand dreams for the Forest's future. With all of this BIG talk, we don't want to forget the many amazing SMALL details in the Forest that we see when we stop and look up close - especially with a little help from technology. Welcome to a new series of blog posts where we will feature North Creek Forest from a different point of view.
The first photo in each series is taken through a MicroMaxPlus 60x-100x LED microscope. The second photo through a Bodelin ProScope Micro Mobile 20x-80x LED microscope, and then the third, an unmagnified photo.