Please join the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe’s Habitat Restoration Team in the Three Forks Natural Area on Saturday, November 4th from 10am to 1pm as we restore riparian habitat! We will be removing protective plant tubes and harmful exotic plants to continue improving floodplain forest habitat at the confluence of the upper forks of the Snoqualmie River.
As we conclude a section of this project four years in the making, some final pulls will help us send this restoration effort off in good health. After clearing the blackberry on site 2018, and being planted by volunteers in 2019, this area is on a much healthier ecological path. Removing plastic protective tubing from the floodplain and releasing our plantings from the pressure of invading blackberry will help this site continue to grow into the future. Come learn about the continued work the Tribe is doing in the area, how this work connects to salmon and other wildlife, and reflect on the restoration we’ve completed together!
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. Otherwise, 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 the intersection of 428th Ave SE and SE 92nd St. See the attached map for more context. Search the address 9200 428th Ave SE, North Bend, WA 98045 for directions to the site.
RSVP and waiver information is below. Remember, if you’ve already volunteered with us in 2023 or filled out a waiver, you don’t have to fill it out again. If you’re new to volunteering with us, a link to the waiver is below and you only need to fill out one!