The Nisqually Land Trust is looking for volunteer site stewards to help take care of the wild places people love. To educate the public about the organization and its volunteer site steward program and conservation initiatives, the Nisqually Land Trust will host a free, informational workshop for community members from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Eatonville Community Center.
Visit nisquallylandtrust.org/calendar for the link to register.
The Nisqually Land Trust is a nonprofit organization that protects and stewards lands to permanently benefit the water, fish, wildlife and people of the Nisqually River Watershed.
Each volunteer steward “adopts” one of the Nisqually Land Trust’s protected areas and monitors it periodically for changes, reporting their observations back to Land Trust staff. Site stewards provide the Land Trust with information that can inform future stewardship efforts, while exploring natural sites throughout the Nisqually Watershed.
Contact Emily Simroth, email@example.com, for more information.
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