Non-profit whose mission is “Teaching People to Become Stewards of Their Watersheds”. AASF does habitat assessment, grant-funded stream restoration, runs a Streamkeeper Academy, and has an environmental education center in the south Everett / Mill Creek area.
Non-profit dedicated to preserving the Hooven Bog at the Headwaters of Bear Creek near Woodinville WA. Hooven Bog is a unique 30-acre bog/fen system, one of the last remaining pristine peat bogs in Snohomish County, currently threatened by development.
Increase awareness of local wildlife through education and volunteer projects. Restore and create low maintenance wildlife friendly habitats
Volunteer organization; preservation, restoration, wildlife awareness and habitat.
Operated by the Edmonds Chapter of Trout Unlimited, on Willow Creek. Blog site:
The primary coordinating non-profit organization working in the Cedar River and Lake Washington watershed.
Volunteer group advocating for St. Edwards Park
Non-profit amphibian and animal rescue center located in Edmonds, WA. Educational classes, field trips, parties, and froggy gift items.
Service learning college credit program doing environmental restoration and education projects regionally – based out of Edmonds Community College and Everett Community College
Non-profit, Washington state; “Building Communities, Protecting the Land”
Volunteer organization; promoting awareness, preservation, restoration
Blog about stream in Kenmore, WA
Website for group seeking to preserve 64+ acres of remaining forest in North Creek watershed in Bothell
Volunteer group working to protect environment in Kenmore, WA
The Thornton Creek Alliance (TCA) is a grassroots, nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring an ecological balance in the Thornton Creek watershed.
Working on saving and restoring Kokanee salmon in Lake Sammamish
A group of people who care about the wetlands and streams in the Bear Creek watershed of King County, Washington