Our park is unfunded, and is mainatained by volunteers.
Frank Stricklin recently completed the Washington State Department of Ecology's Wetland Rating training for wetlands in Western Washington, and received a certificate of completion in Hydrology Monitoring from Tony Bush WADOT, Allison Warner Tulalip Tribe and Analiese Burns-City of Bellingham. Wetlands in Washington are rated to help county and state planners establish buffers that provide proper proctection for wetlands.
WSU Stream Stewards
Congratulations to Dennis Crisman, Karl Erickson, Bill Wasson, Tom Coleman, Frank Stricklin, Pat Stricklin and Gail Rase. The forty hour class consisted of about 20 hours in class and 20 hours in the field. Dennis will need to complete volunteer hours to get his diploma. This training puts the entire ecosystem into perspective and makes you realize there is no point in protecting just one part of it.
WSU native Plant Advisors
Bill Wasson, Frank Stricklin
Your Park Stewards
Any organization is only as good as its members. We are fortunate to have a lot of dedicated members. If you have any skills that you are willing to share, I am sure we can find a place to put them to work.
Sharing knowledge will help us create a sustainable park, for many generations to use.
Monday Weed Warriors
Friends Of Newberry Hill Heritage Park 2018
Please keep dogs on leash and stay on trails.