Preserve Buttonhook Forest

These 20.3 acres are part of a rare 100-acre “carbon sink” that's helping to fight climate change.

​If the subdivision is approved 676 trees would be clearcut and bedrock blasted, leading to habitat loss, soil erosion, noise, air, and water pollution.





Preservation is vital for...

ECOSYSTEM These 20.3 acres are part of a rare 100-acre “carbon sink” that's helping to fight climate change. ​ ​If the subdivision is approved 676 trees would be clearcut and bedrock blasted, leading to habitat loss, soil erosion, noise, air, and water pollution. EDUCATION As parents, we want our schools to do more than just talk about Climate Change, Green Initiatives, Sustainability, and, Native American history. Saving this vibrant ecosystem offers a unique opportunity to stand in integrity, lead by example, and put into action practices they teach. HERITAGE Native American sacred ceremonial stone landscapes have been identified and verified on two adjacent properties and in the Buttonhook forest. Protecting these rare structures will preserve this vital history and be a big step towards reparations to the First Nations


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