Join The Nature Conservancy and King County Parks at a tree planting event Log Cabin Reach Natural Area near Issaquah. Help plant native trees and shrubs, and enhance this riparian habitat for salmon and other wildlife.
Log Cabin Reach Natural Area is a special place in the middle of the Issaquah Basin, with over a mile of Issaquah Creek and some of the only remaining old growth forest in the area. The site supports endangered species of salmon (Chinook) and many species of wildlife. The 112 acre natural area has been used in the past 100 years for agriculture. Now The Nature Conservancy is partnering with King County parks in a two-year project to restore the site. Be part of this exciting project and learn about the salmon life cycle in this healthy stream.
WHAT TO BRING: Dress in old clothes that can get dirty, wear boots or old tennis shoes. Dress for the weather! It’s a good idea to dress in layers and bring along rain gear, gloves, hat, a lunch and water.
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