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

Attend our Virtual Annual Meeting on Tuesday November 16th from 7-8:30pm.  After our short business meeting, we will welcome  Ashley Chesser and Sharalyn Peterson from the NW Center for Alternatives to Pesticides who’ll discuss Why and How to avoid use of pesticides and toxic chemicals in our homes, yards, parks, and natural areas.  Preregister here: https://bit.ly/LFPSFAnnualMtg to get a Zoom link.
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Want to get involved in environmental stewardship?  Read about and enroll in the New Environmental Stewardship Program!  Beginning in summer 2021, this one-year program will focus on education and forest restoration in Grace Cole Nature Park.

The Lake Forest Park Town Hall: Building Climate Resiliency, Learn, Ask, Learn held on April 24th, 2021 was quite a success!  You can watch videos of talks from the event here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMIxXJjCWv_jtQ3Gc9oYqIg 
LFPSF Board Member, Brian Saunders gave a plenary talk on the science of global climate change; it starts at at 30:26 in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8R7HLUJ948 
Here is a list of resources compiled by the even organizers, http://thirdplacecommons.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Climate-Town-Hall-Resources-List.pdf 

Visit our Annual Meetings page and read our Annual Report for FY 19-20 

Read our Preferred Environmental Alternative for future Town Center redevelopment.

Read our comments about the City of Lake Forest Park’s Town Center code and design guidelines.

The ever-popular “A Salmon’s Guide to Lake Forest Park” map is being updated!  We welcome your comments and suggestions for updates (go to the “Abouts -> Contact us” link to submit comments).  You can view an updated version here: LFP_map_041619.

Check out our new wildlife reporting page here!

Do you have an environmental concern?
  
Report it here!

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