Spend the evening in Redmond’s wild backyard!
Volunteer to help the forest stay healthy and green by joining in a restoration project, and while you’re at it, explore one of the City’s most beautiful natural gems. Nearly 800 acres (605 football fields!) of big trees, native understory plants, and tons of wildlife, this is a great place to get outside and see what nature has to offer.
Forest Steward and naturalist Mike will be your guide to this awesome oasis and can answer your questions and point out secret special places along the trail.
Join us to keep this beautiful forest thriving!
Time: Tuesday, May 2nd 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Address: Watershed Preserve, 21760 Novelty Hill Road, 98053
Where to park: There is a parking lot just inside the park entrance
Where to meet: Meet near the shed (where the bathrooms are) next to the parking lot
What to bring: a water bottle, a snack if you want one, and tough clothes, and shoes that can get dirty (because they will!), including long pants and a long-sleeved shirt to protect against prickly blackberry. Closed-toed shoes are required: work boots, hiking boots, or running shoes are all fine. Remember to check the weather and bring appropriate layers and rain gear or sun protection as needed.
Please RSVP (the earlier the better!) so that we can plan a great event for you. All ages welcome. If you are a volunteer under 18 and attending the event without a parent or guardian, please print and bring this waiver signed by a parent or guardian.