Together with Seattle Parks, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, and neighbors of the park, Haven Ecology is writing a forest management plan for the Wolf Creek Ravine Area in the Queen Anne neighborhood. This will be followed up with a geotechnical report to determine the feasibility of the plan recommendations with the eventual goal of implementing an invasive removal, slope stabilization, and planting project.
Wolf Creek Ravine Project Information Night
King Conservation District (KCD) and the City of Seattle are collaborating to develop a forest stewardship plan for Wolf Creek Ravine. Come to a community meeting on Wednesday, November 15, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm, at the Queen Anne Library to learn about the ravine, ask questions about the project, and share with KCD staff what’s most important to you in your forested space.
What We Want to Know from You:
- How do you use the ravine?
- What are your concerns?
- What would you like to see happen in the ravine?
Wolf Creek Ravine Project In-person Meeting
Wednesday, November 15, 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Queen Anne Public Library, 400 W Garfield St
Learn more about the project and submit your thoughts and input by November 8 in advance of the community meeting.