You’re Invited to the Stewardship Annual Meeting

JOIN US Wednesday November 16th 7-9pm for our Annual Meeting featuring special guest speaker David B Williams. The meeting will be a hybrid format, with an in-person event taking place at The Red Sky Gallery at the LFP Town Center (Zoom link available if you prefer to attend virtually).

We will share our accomplishments and priorities. Come, meet current and prospective members of the Board — we are all volunteers and your neighbors! We want to hear from you about local environmental issues and ideas.
After a brief business meeting, we will enjoy a talk by author and naturalist, David B. Williams. His award-winning book, Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound is a deep exploration of the stories of this beautiful waterway. He is also the author of Too High and Too Steep: Reshaping Seattle’s Topography, as well as Seattle Walks: Discovering History and Nature in the City. Williams is a Curatorial Associate at the Burke Museum and writes a free weekly newsletter, the
Street Smart Naturalist.

We are looking forward to having an in-person event and appreciate the generosity of Debbie Tomassi to host our meeting at the beautiful Red Sky Gallery. We will serve refreshments and the Gallery will be open prior to our meeting, to allow guests to shop jewelry, gifts and art, including the new exhibit for November.

*Pre-registration required to join the meeting by Zoom.
For more information and to receive the link to attend via Zoom, email info@lfpsf.org


Community Paint Day was a huge success! Thanks to all who participated and supported this project.

Read about this great project here: https://www.shorelineareanews.com/2022/09/200-volunteers-help-paint-salmon-mural.html

Community Paint Day to create the beautiful Save Our Salmon mural on the concrete bridge over McAleer Creek by Animal Acres Park was completed on Saturday, September 10th with over 200 volunteers helping. The design by artist Austin Picinich is intended to raise awareness about the salmon-bearing stream just below the road, and the plight of Puget Sound salmon. Special thanks to the City of Lake Forest Park, UrbanArtWorks, ShoreLake Arts, LFP Water District, Trout Unlimited, Westlake ACE Hardware, Bright Street Construction, and the LFP Rotary Club and our AWESOME artist Austin!

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Thank you for your interest in preserving and improving
the natural wonders of Lake Forest Park!

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View our updated A Salmon’s Guide to Lake Forest Park