Thanks for Helping Friends of North Creek Forest!

It was a beautiful and HOT summer day visiting North Creek Forest June 27th, 2015. Thankfully watering new plants was on the “to do” list along with removing invasive species under the shade of tall trees. North Creek Forest protects a mile of salmon spawning habitat including Chinook salmon, which are critical for the survival of killer whales.


Volunteers admiring all the great work done from our last visit earlier in the yearDSC_2619

Small buckets helped us haul out invasive species such as morning glory and himalayan blackberry

Kids collected dead leaves to make salamander habitats 

Greg taught us how to tell native blackberry apart from invasive blackberry

DSC_2650Sugary snacks helped power us through!

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Juvenile orcas depend on the forest for clean, healthy food!


A railing is being installed to help more people access the forest

DSC_2642Some post holes are more difficult to dig than others – Thanks Dan!

Thank you so much for all of your dedication to protecting our endangered wildlife! We hope you will join us next time!