Ten redwood saplings were delivered to Seattle’s Cedar River Watershed on March 31, 2017.
Amy LaBarge, Watershed Natural Resources Manager for Seattle Public Utilities, takes delivery of ten redwood saplings for the Cedar River Watershed on March 31, 2017.
Cedar Grove Park is one of the places in the Cedar River Watershed under consideration for planting a grove of coast redwoods.
When you look more closely at the rocks in Cedar Grove Park, you can see the engravings.
There are five such engraved rocks at Cedar Grove Park.
View of Cedar Grove Park looking from the river. It’s obvious that tall trees like to live here.
Driving Directions to Cedar River Watershed Education Center