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Forest health, fire, and water seminar – June 11th in Granite Falls

Posted by kevin.zobrist | May 18, 2019

What’s happening to our forests?

Increasing tree mortality and fire risk are serious threats to health and safety, water quality, and quality of life in Snohomish County. Dead and dying trees have proliferated throughout the county, especially with cedars, hemlocks, and maples. Wildfire and smoke are growing concerns. Could what happened in California happen here? Join local forest experts from UW and WSU at a free seminar to learn about what’s happening, why it’s happening, what it means for your property and your watershed, and what you should and should not be doing.

Details and Registration

Admission is free, and no registration is necessary.

The seminar will be Tuesday, June 11th, from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Granite Falls Library, 815 East Galena Street, Granite Falls, WA 98252.

For more information contact Brendan Whyte, WSU Extension Forestry, or call 425-357-6023.

Acknowledgements and Accommodations

This program is made possible in part by funding from Washington State University and Snohomish County Surface Water Management. In-kind support provided by Sno-Isle Libraries.

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation need to contact Brendan Whyte at WSU Extension Forestry or call 425-357-6023 at least two weeks prior to the event.