google-site-verification=0DjrOn9MmK8TDHB6S9SWqt8ij0qvM-jUzM-ws2z_jZQ Wagoo with the Crew? – EvergreenTreez

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What’s the deal with the snowfall (or lack thereof) this year? If you’re like most powder junkies you’ve been busting out the early snow dances and keeping a keen eye to the local forecast. Your skis and boards are waxed and tuned, you swooped the new gear you'd been eyeing all summer and your new roof rack has been installed but aside from some early season flurries the entire West Coast has been quiet on the storm front. The best part about living in the Northwest is that storms can roll through in a hurry. When cold air from the North converges with precipitation...

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As the nights were getting longer and the autumn leaves beginning to lose a grip on their treez, the anticipation for Green Snoqualmie Day was growing. Back in April the ET Crew became Forest Stewards of Jeanne Hansen Park as a part of the Green Snoqualmie Partnership. We were thrilled to get involved at a park with sprawling views of the valley, Mount Rainier and a canopy of large evergreentreez. This spring and summer we worked with the City of Snoqualmie and a lot of helpful volunteers to begin the restoration project. We quickly learned that the aging canopy of treez is starting to...

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When we planted 57 treez with a small group of friends at the Cedar River last May, none of us were thinking that someday we'd be leading members of our community in a concerted effort to restore the forests we love. We were simply planting a seed and hoping that our rootz would spread. Fast forward a little over a year later and we're now doing what we set out to do as Forest Stewards in the Green Snoqualmie Partnership. When we came back to water and check on our baby treez last July, we fortuitously met a group of...

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When we started ET one of our main goals was to connect and inspire friends, family and strangers to get out and enjoy the sanctity of the forest. We believe in a future where our communities can work together to care for our forested parks and natural areas. It's been precisely one year since we decided to go rogue and plant 57 EvergreenTreez along the banks of the Cedar River. Since last May we've returned to the river a handful of times to continue the restoration project with Forterra NW. We've made new friends along the way and seen the...

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After the snowiest February in Seattle history we were expecting the ground to be a little frozen when we went to dig our shovels in at Ron Regis park for the first time this year. What we didn't foresee was a couple inches of snow still on the ground when we got to the Cedar River. It was a cold, beautiful morning and the volunteer turnout with Forterra NW was incredible. This was ET's third event at Ron Regis so far and each time the group has gotten a little bigger. Cold temperatures didn't discourage anyone. This time there were...

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