Whale Scout was part of 100 volunteers to help restore the North Creek Forest for Earth Day!

100 volunteers help restore the urban North Creek Forest for Earth Day, 2016

100 volunteers help restore the urban North Creek Forest for Earth Day, 2016

On April 23rd, 2016, 100 volunteers gathered at the upper site of the North Creek Forest and helped complete many wonderful tasks. Led by the Friends of North Creek Forest, this group accomplished spreading mulch, planting trees, chopping and removing invasive plants by the yard waste bin full, building bird houses, planting mushroom spores, and building bee hives. It was truly amazing what a group this size can accomplish no matter how old or young.

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Whale Scout Director Whitney and her assistants helping out!

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Prepping to shovel and spread mulch!

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Even the littles helped pick up debris to be yard waste.

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The girl scouts were present!

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A handful of trees to be planted!

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Bird houses made!

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Little Whale Scouts were present too!

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Mushroom spores being added to a fallen tree.

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