Pushing through chest-high brush and whipping branches, I catch a glance of a small opening in the forest filled with moss and skunk cabbage. Looking down at the pink dot I marked on my map, I see that I am almost on top of the spot I am hoping to find. My excitement grows...

On Saturday, July 23rd, ECOSS led a nature walk and habitat restoration event for BIPOC communities in collaboration with Mountains to Sound Greenway, Green Seattle Partnership, and the Audubon Center at Seward Park. BIPOC and low-income communities have historically experienced inequality in access to outdoor parks and environmental stewardship programs. This event served as...