Fall Events Recap
Woodinville Montessori School
Woodinville Montessori School walked from school to North Creek Forest in early November to participate in a day of restoration and education.
Eagle Scout Project
A member from Boy Scout Troop 420, Jacques LeBlanc, was looking for an Eagle Scout project and contacted us. We asked Jacques to make access to this year's restoration site easier and safer. The old access way was slippery and risked causing erosion.
Soundview International Baccalaureate School
Soundview International Baccalaureate School returned to the forest on the first Friday of December. The weather was relatively nice for the students, with periodic rain in the morning that stopped just in time for lunch. It was also Soundview's first time working at the new restoration site. There was plenty to do!
State of Acquisition Funding
The Everett Herald visited us a few weeks ago and wrote an excellent article on what's next for North Creek Forest. Most of the information is in our previous publication in November. The full article is on the Everett Herald's website HERE. We also have a PDF copy available HERE for you if you can't access their website.
Closing Thoughts and Gratitude
We are grateful for grants from the Tulalip Tribes and the Rose Foundation Puget Sound Mitigation Fund, a grantmaking fund created by the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. They enable us to carry out our stewardship programs.
We are also grateful to the Peach Foundation, whose generous grant allows us to expand our educational programs.
Lastly, we are grateful to the friends, families, and volunteers who all make our work possible.
May your new year be filled with wonder.