To the editor,

Trees are vital to the beauty and environment health of our Cannon Beach community. From alders to cedars, hemlocks to spruce, we’re blessed with an abundance of native trees and a variety of ornamentals, as well.

Visitors and residents alike appreciate our area trees and care deeply about their continued existence. With gratitude in mind, a group of caring, concerned folks are coming together to advocate for trees in Cannon Beach.

Cannon Beach Friends of Trees hopes to work with the City of Cannon Beach, Department of Forestry, Oregon Department of Transportation, Ecola Creek Watershed Council and Ecola Creek Awareness Project, as well as arborists, ecologists, gardeners, artists, teachers and others who are interested in helping the trees of our community grow and thrive. We’re committed to helping Cannon Beach once again become an active Tree City USA.

Please join with us and, if possible, volunteer a little of your time and energy to celebrate and nurture the trees of our Cannon Beach area. For more information, call Jan at 503-436-0143.

Jan Siebert-Wahrmund

Cannon Beach


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