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We also have other activities, including meetings, presentations, trainings, and occasionally an event from an allied organization.
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- Tree Planting at Fall City2549 Neal Rd SE, Fall City, WA
Please join the Public Lands Team to partner with the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe’s Habitat Restoration Team as we restore riparian habitat in the Fall City Natural Area on Saturday, December 16th from 10am to 1pm! We will be planting trees and shrubs to expand and diversify floodplain forest habitat near the shores of the Snoqualmie River. As these young trees grow into forests, they will help create much needed shade and structure in the floodplain, keeping out harmful exotic plants and creating space for native plants and resources to thrive. Come learn about the work the Snoqualmie Tribe is doing in the area, how this work connects to a $19 million salmon habitat investment, and reflect on the work you’ve probably helped with here before!
This event will happen rain or shine, so please dress for the weather. Rain gear, boots, and clothes you don’t mind getting muddy are recommended. Bring your own water bottle or coffee mug to help us reduce waste. Tools, snacks, and gloves will be provided!
Roadside parking is available onsite, and the event will take place in the field on the west side of Neal Road. See the attached map for more context. Search address 2549 Neal Road SE Fall City, WA 98024.
Please RSVP and sign waiver here as well: https://enr.snoqualmietribe.us/event/fcna-12-16-23/
Signup Instructions: Please RSVP so we know how many folks to expect! And please also RSVP at this link: https://enr.snoqualmietribe.us/event/fcna-12-16-23/
Bring: Layers, snacks, water, boots
Carpool: Sierra Club cannot sponsor carpools, but participants can organize carpools at their own discretion.
Note: Carpool transportation is at the sole risk of the participants.
Cancellation Policy: Activity is held rain or shine, but may be altered due to inclement weather