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Forest Health Watch
Empowering PNW Communities to Keep Forests Healthy
Urban Forests and Public Health
Western Redcedar Dieback (Pilot Project)
Redcedar Dieback Map – iNaturalist project
Redcedar Ecology & Distribution
Why Cherish Western Redcedar?
iNaturalist Forest Health Projects
Sooty Bark Disease
Western Redcedar Soil Sample Collection
Tacoma Community Science
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Forest Health Watch Land Acknowledgment
The Forest Health Watch Program acknowledges that we explore, study, discover, and teach on the ancestral lands of many indigenous communities.
We recognize our laboratory is located on the sacred lands of Coast Salish people and sits on the traditional homeland of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians.
We acknowledge our responsibility to establish and maintain relationships with the Native peoples of the Pacific Northwest.
We commit to act in support of tribal sovereignty and the inclusion of tribal voices in our initiatives and activities.