Join Stewardship Partners and Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group for some environmental restoration along the Sammamish River in Woodinville, WA. We are working together with King County to improve salmon habitat. Salmon are in trouble in Puget Sound. Two populations of salmon in the Sammamish River (Chinook and steelhead) are listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act. One of the main problems for salmon in the Sammamish River is that water temperatures get too hot for the fish. One of the best ways to address that is to plant more trees along the banks of the river that can help create shade and cool the water down. To be able to plant trees we must first remove invasive plants that can outcompete newly planted native trees if left alone. Thriving forests and shorelines can also provide many other benefits to our community like filtering pollution, mitigating erosion and storm damage, and providing places for wildlife to live and for humans to connect with nature.
Please do not use GPS or Google Maps alone to navigate to parks. If you use GPS, please double check against this map and/or these directions to ensure the GPS is sending you to the correct meeting spot.
Directions from I405 North
Due to limited parking near our worksite, please park in the Northshore Athletic Fields parking lot on the east side of the Sammamish River.. These directions will lead you to the parking area.
Take exit 20B for NE 124th St/Totem Lake Boulevard
Keep left, follow signs for Northeast 124th Street
Turn right onto NE 124th St
Turn left onto 132nd Ave NE/Slater Ave NE, continue to follow 132nd Ave NE
Turn right onto NE 143rd Pl
Continue onto NE 145th St
At the traffic circle, continue to third exit leading you into the parking area for the Northshore Athletic Fields.
Approximate Address: 14300 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072
Parking Spot: Northshore Athletic Fields.
From Northshore Athletic Fields parking area to Site – 14300 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072. You will need to walk about .2 miles to access the site. Unfortunately we are not able to provide parking at the site at this time due to construction at the adjacent former Redhook Brewery building and an event happening at the Willows Inn at the same time as our event. We will have signs/waymarkers out along the walking route as well as people who can help direct you. Walk across the bridge over the Sammamish River then turn right onto the first gravel trail. Follow the trail behind Willows Inn until it ends and take a short paved pathway towards the parking lot. Turn right to access the gravel trail that continues parallel to the river. Continue along the gravel trail until you see the white canopy tent with a table for sign in, water, coffee, and snacks.
By Bus: To check current routes and schedules, go to: tripplanner.kingcounty.gov
- From I-405 North, take exit 20B for NE 124th St/Totem Lake Boulevard
- Keep left, follow signs for Northeast 124th Street
- Turn right onto NE 124th St
- Turn left onto 132nd Ave NE/Slater Ave NE, continue to follow 132nd Ave NE
- Turn right onto NE 143rd Pl
- Continue onto NE 145th St
- Take the first left after the railroad tracks. If you get to the roundabout, you’ve gone too far
- Turn left as you enter the property to go around the Teatro ZinZanni Tent, and then drive straight past the front of old brewery, and turn left again into the parking lot for the event.