SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve is a non-profit organization whose mission is to steward critical habitat, increase access to green spaces, and provide inclusive environmental education, all in South King County! To date, the Nature Preserve has placed over 100 acres of land into permanent protection. This land incorporates a variety of unique habitat types, including a 5,000-year-old peat moss bog. SHADOW’s community engagement, education programs, and volunteer events welcome nearly 3,000 local residents each year, including 1,500 students.
At SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve we believe that conservation is a community-wide effort. The generous support of our community and volunteers makes it possible for SHADOW to advance our mission. To express our gratitude to this community, the Nature Preserve is throwing a party!
SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve will host the 22nd Annual Frog Frolic, on Saturday, September 15th from 1:00 – 5:00 PM. The event will feature an exhibition of art inspired by the wild spaces at the Nature Preserve, a silent auction, activities for children and adults, a performance by a local band and guided naturalist tours. You won’t want to miss this festive community celebration!
To learn more about all that this beautiful Nature Preserve in South King County has to offer, please visit our website! This is an awesome resource that allows you to explore the educational classes, volunteer opportunities, and seasonal events happening at the Nature Preserve all year round! SHADOW’s Wilderness Adventure program offers unique, completely customizable field trip experiences for all ages. We hope to see you sometime soon!
SHADOW Website: shadowhabitat.org
The Frog Frolic is SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve’s largest event of the year and longest running tradition! It is an opportunity for us to express our gratitude to our community for their support while raising critical funds to support and sustain our programs. The event will feature an exhibition of art inspired by the wild spaces at the Nature Preserve, a silent auction, activities for children and adults, a performance by a local band and guided tours of SHADOW’s 5,000-year-old peat moss bog. We hope to see you there!