AOA Shelton View Forest Guided Walk

Shelton View Forest is one of the last undisturbed areas of forest in our local area, right by Shelton View Elementary School in Bothell. There is concern that it will be developed, leaving us without this wild open space available for animal habitat, recreation and relaxation. The Shelton View Forest Stewardship Association is a group of volunteers who are working to protect the forest and educate people about the role this forest plays in making our area a special place to live. The Association provides 45 minute guided walks at a leisurely pace. The trail is packed dirt with uneven surfaces, rocks, and tree roots. There will be some hilly areas. Our walk will include:* plant education - identify native plants, including edible ones, and learn why they are necessary for a healthy Forest. * general Association information - visit a restoration site and learn about ongoing efforts to preserve the Forest.Minimum of 5 participants required to hold the walk. Walk goes rain or shine. Registration closes on July 17. Dress for the weather with closed-toe shoes and long pants/long-sleeved shirts to protect skin from branches.The meet up location is the East trailhead at the 234th Pl SW entrance to Shelton View Elementary school. Directions are on this website: Do not block any driveways as you will be parking in a neighborhood.If you would like to make a donation to the Shelton View Forest Stewardship Association, use this link:

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