Date(s) - 12/08/2019
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Join neighbors for a stroll around a North Seattle neighborhood to identify Seattle’s big trees, including learning from Diana Gardiner, tree educator and other tree geeks how to ID our native and big Trees, a bit about which birds and other wildlife live among them, and what we can do to protect our last 6000 big trees in Seattle. You’ll also get a brief Introduction to The Last 6000 Campaign- how to save our big trees project is measuring exceptional trees in order for the city to save them. More information on this is found in this recent article: https://crosscut.com/2019/05/saving-seattles-last-exceptional-trees-means-getting-know-them
We’ll be meeting at 2pm at the intersection of 120th NE and 22nd NE in the Pinehurst/Victory Heights neighborhood. Looking forward to seeing you there!