When one thinks of the Pacific Northwest, trees are often the first thing that comes to mind. This makes perfect sense to us! Jefferson County is home to some of the most iconic evergreen trees in the world, including Douglas fir, spruce, western red cedar, and many others.
In the Exploring Trees virtual nature walk, Jefferson Land Trust’s Director of Stewardship Erik Kingfisher tours us around the area by way of its mighty giants and touches on a few of its smaller, deciduous (leaf bearing) trees that together create the unique ecosystem of our temperate rainforest.
After watching the virtual nature walk, find a set of resources and activities on the page below.