Helpin’ Out North Creek Forest 9/23

September 2nd, 2017 by Whitney Neugebauer

Join whale watchers to plant trees in North Creek Forest. After restoring salmon habitat in the forest, we’ll head down to North Creek to watch for spawning salmon.

North Creek Forest is Bothell’s largest urban forest. The forest maintains clean, cool water for salmon (including Chinook) in North Creek. Salmon in North Creek are a part of the Sammamish River watershed, emptying into Puget Sound where orcas hunt for prey.

Date: September 23rd

Time: 10am – 1pm

Forest Location: 24227 26th Ave. SE, Bothell, WA 98021

We will meet at the 242nd St. Restoration Site, which is located at the end of a stub road off of 26th Ave. SE. Parking is located a block below on 242nd Place SE, followed by a short walk to the restoration site. 


Please be mindful and respectful of the neighboring houses. 

Salmon Viewing Location:

Park at the business park at this address: 19515 North Creek Pkwy, Bothell, WA 98011. Walk across NE 195th st towards the Subway. We will meet here and walk behind the Subway to the creek!

Gloves and tools will be provided.

Please RSVP to info@whalescout.org.

Learn more at www.whalescout.org and www.friendsnorthcreekforest.org

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