Milky Change goes to... Spokane!
Together with the environmental charity Inland Northwest Land Conservancy we had a freezing fun day outdoors getting hands-on experience in what it means to take care of nature.
On Saturday, November 20, Milky Chance joined volunteers from the Conservancy for one last forest health project before winter really kicks into high gear.
We helped fell small, unhealthy ponderosa pines, dug into the partially frozen ground top to plant native trees, and scattered milkweed to foster local pollinators in the spring.
A big THANK YOU to Inland Northwest Land Conservancy for organising this event and teaching us about your important work.
Also, thanks to all the volunteers that made it out into the freezing cold with us to help on the day.
To find out more about the work INLC is doing check out there website right here.