Save Fern Gully Forest
Help us save Fern Gully Forest for the wildlife, the children, and the future! This has been an unofficial community forest for many generations. There are approximately two acres of beautiful forest and ancient cedar trees that are at risk of development!
We are partnering with the Community Nature Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization to conserve the forest, which means your donations could be tax-deductible.
The goal is to raise $50k for the nonprofit to purchase the forest parcels from the landowner that is willing to sell. These two acres are the most vulnerable to development and we need your help to raise the funds to save the important wildlife habitat that connects to wetlands, Indian Creek, and the Woodland trail corridor.
Thank you so much for being a part of saving the forest and cultivating resilient communities with outdoor education for confident children that are resourceful, creative, and connected to the wisdom and medicine in nature.