October 7, 9 am to noon, Three Forks Natural Area
Celebrate and help preserve our natural areas on Green Snoqualmie Day! This annual event supports the health of our local forests and the beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley. Help plant more than 400 conifer trees with friends and neighbors at the Three Forks Natural area.
This year, the City is partnering with Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and the Snoqualmie Tribe to help reforest the edge of a meadow near the Snoqualmie River and the Meadowbrook Slough. Replanting has a long-term positive impact on the landscape for local plant and wildlife, including protecting salmon downstream.
Fall, the kickoff to the planting season, is a great time to help a tree take root and leave a living legacy in the community. Gloves, tools, snacks, and drinks are provided. This all-ages event is great for families, and those of all abilities are welcome.
Through the Green Snoqualmie Partnership, an initiative to restore and steward Snoqualmie’s forested parks and natural areas, dozens of acres of invasive weeds have been removed and numerous trees planted.
Please register in advance.
For more information, contact Philip Bennett, email@example.com.