As restoration work on the Sammamish River gets underway, this park will provide a crucial educational link for visitors of all ages. Environmental education brings immediacy to long-range plans. Trails through the restoration area will become a conduit for the public to learn about fish and wildlife survival. What better way to learn about the history of the river, its importance as habitat for fish and wildlife and the ecological services the wetlands provide than to visit or volunteer at the site of a restoration project?
View of the Yellow Apple Ranch from the Wayne Golf Course back nine.
There’s enough unrestricted land for us to achieve all this in harmony with the river and open space. It is with a sense of great excitement possibility that we look forward to working with Parks and Recreation Department of Bothell, as well as benefactors, volunteers, and granting agencies to develop immediate and meaningful learning opportunities for all visitors of all ages.