Volunteer Wins National Award
The National Wildlife Federation has selected Jessica Howe, Bothell High School student, to receive it's 2013 National Conservation Achievement Award in the youth catagory.
Jessica has been volunteering with FNCF since last summer when she showed up to water 400+ new plants installed at the first UWREN site.
She is President of the Bothell High School Earth Club. She is taking college level classes and splits her exercise between track, basketball and soccer.
Anyone looking at these photos will know they were taken in the North Creek Heights neighborhood. This is where we are controlling an English Holly infestation at it's apparent point of origin. The land is under a conservation easement and part of the larger NCF.
Jessica, we are proud of you. You and your friends keep popping up on these projects and help us all to understand the meaning of community.
More about Jessica HERE.
Neighbors and students:
If you would like to meet people like Jessica who enjoy small tasks that add up to big, long term improvements to our community and world... join us and have some fun.
This Saturday 11 AM - 2:30 PM with BBQ
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