Empower teachers, professors, and students of all ages to reach beyond classroom experiences
to apply learned theories and strategies in the field.
Higher Education Programs: We take pride in our long term relationships with the University of Washington and Cascadia College. These partnerships support multiple programs throughout our organization. We look forward to building new relationships as we expand our programming.
- UW-REN - Our community partnership with the University of Washington's Restoration Ecology Network has been an amazing opportunity to exchange ideas while we work to restore a healthy and balanced ecosystem in our lowland forests. This program is the cornerstone of our stewardship program.
- CBLR - University of Washington's Community Based Learning and Research students join us quarterly to enhance their classroom experiences. From Restoration Ecology to Marketing and Outreach, students experience hands on learning and problem solving in the field.
- Research - Students support our research program by participating and contributing to various research projects, including GIS and ecological monitoring.
- Service Learning - Professors bring classes to observe and participate in lowland forest restoration activities.
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Maintaining and improving the ecological function of
North Creek Forest
through stewardship, education, and conservation in perpetuity.