“Nisqually Stream Stewards are seeking volunteers for a morning of planting on Saturday, October 18, from 9 a.m. to noon on Tanwax Creek.
The plantings along Tanwax Creek, a tributary to the Nisqually River, will restore important riparian habitat. The project will take place on private property and is part of a large restoration project that will involve hundreds of students and volunteers.
Be advised that there are no restroom facilities on site. Planting will take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately. Proper footwear is also recommended. Tools, gloves, and refreshments will be provided.
Nisqually Stream Stewards is a volunteer program organized by the Nisqually Tribe for people living in the Nisqually watershed who want to help protect and improve the stream health. Nisqually Stream Stewards monitor the health of their local stream and help with projects that improve stream health, such as removing invasive grass from stream channels or planting trees along stream banks.
WHAT: Tanwax Creek planting
WHERE: Off of Highway 702 near Tanwax Creek.
WHEN: Saturday, October 18
9 a.m. to noon
Nisqually Stream Stewards and the Nisqually Land Trust are seeking volunteers for a morning of planting
along the Nisqually River and will restore important riparian habitat. The project will take place on the Wilcox Family Farm property and is part of a large restoration project that has involved hundreds of students and volunteers.
Volunteers will first gather at the Wilcox Family Farms main office parking lot on Harts Lake Valley Rd. near Roy. Be advised that there are no restroom facilities on site. Planting will take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately. Gloves and proper footwear are also recommended. Tools and refreshments will be provided.
WHAT: Salmon habitat restoration plantings
WHEN: Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
WHERE: Meet at 40400 Harts Lake Valley Rd
To volunteer for the planting, contact Don Perry at (360) 438 8687 or email@example.com
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