The Snoqualmie Stewardship Restoration Crew
One of my favorite quotes by Edward O. Wilson in Biophilia, written in 1984 is “Humanity is exalted not because we are so far above other living creatures, but because knowing them well elevates the very concept of life.” I know this to be true on our farm not just of wild animals, but the amazing plants all around us that we do not cultivate for eating.
The Snoqualmie Stewardship restoration crew lives and breathes this as they have worked tirelessly to restore, educate, and stabilize existing habitat in our beloved local Snoqualmie River Watershed. Looking back to 2018, as published by Geoff Bough in the most recent Stewardship Messenger called “Powered by Plants,” he recounts their amazing installation of over 17,000 trees and shrubs throughout the watershed far exceeding their targeted goal.
Along with Geoff, crew members Erin Martin and Kirby Johnson are no strangers to hard work and luckily for us, we get to interact with them almost daily. Their storage and home base is here at Full Circle Farm and we adore having them grace our days and enrich the wild native plant population to sustain habitat for years to come. They elevate our life and the work we do on the farm. We are so thankful for all they do.
Check out the full article on www.stewardshippartners.org and make sure to purchase tickets for the 10th Annual Feast on the Farm on July 18, 2019. Feast on the Farm is on our farm and celebrates the work of Stewardship Partners to engage Puget Sound communities as caretakers of our land and water. We will break bread together, eat, drink, and be merry. Hurry before tickets sell out!
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