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Holiday Trees for Salmon at the NW Stream Center!
December 7, 2019 @ 10:00 am - December 24, 2019 @ 4:00 pm PST
The holiday season is fast approaching! To help the coming celebrations, the Adopt A Stream Foundation is selling “Live & Wild” Holiday Trees for Salmon at the Northwest Stream Center 10 am to 4 pm, beginning Saturday December 7th through December 24th.
December 7th, 2019 will be our kick-off day.
There will be a great selection of live 3 to 5 foot high ($40, $60, $100) Sitka Spruce, Western Red Cedar, Grand Fir, and Douglas Fir trees that are in pots.
Once finished enjoying your Christmas tree, you can plant your tree as you see fit, OR bring it back to Northwest Stream Center at any time of the day (place against the front gate on the east side of our building)We will then replant your living Christmas tree by local streams helping next year’s salmon runs.If you want to plant the tree yourself, attend one of our volunteer planting events! Event dates are posted on our calendar at www.streamkeeper.org
Everyone who purchases a tree will receive an annual Adopt A Stream Foundation membership as a holiday gift. Benefits include: free entry to the Northwest Stream Center for 2020, discounts to 2020 Streamkeeper Academy events, and 10% discounts on purchases at the Northwest Stream Center Nature Store. Not to mention, everyone will get the good feeling that comes with knowing their Holiday Tree for Salmon will be doing great things for the Northwest environment long into the future…a great memory of this holiday season!
The Northwest Stream Center is located in Snohomish County’s McCollum Park, 600 – 128th Street SE, Everett WA 98208. If you are interested in being a vendor, please email us at email@example.com
December, you can also enjoy free admission to the beautiful 32-acre forest and wetland preserve at the Northwest Stream Center enjoying a 1/2-mile stroll past a Trout Stream Exhibit onto an Elevated Forest & Wetland Walk that is just shy of 3-feet above the forest floor and surrounding wetlands…it’s a beautiful place to be and universally accessible.
For more information, call (425)-316-8592, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us online at www.streamkeeper.org