Join Whale Scout as we help Friends of North Creek Forest to restore the only urban forest in Bothell. The forest is important for killer whales and salmon because it acts as a filter for urban runoff, removing nasty toxins before they reach North Creek which is home to Chinook salmon. Come all day, or
With much sadness in the air after J32 Rhapsody's death, Whale Scouts got together on Saturday December 6th to do what we love, help whales by restoring habitat. We dedicated the day to J32 Rhapsody and as the day progressed each of us felt a little more hopeful. Putting our hands to the earth and
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