Help Restore the South Puget Sound Prairies!


Published:

12/14/2017

Time Commitment

A few hours per week

Duration

Long-Term (6 months-1 year)

Address

120 Union Ave SE, Suite 215
Olympia
WA
98501
United States

Description

Help enhance the South Puget Sound prairies with the Center for Natural Lands Management and its team of dedicated volunteers. The prairies are a rare ecosystem that historically extended from South Tacoma all the way to the Chehalis River drainage. With the help of our volunteers we have restored much of the land back to prairie and oak woodland habitat, but we still have a lot to do!

 

Join us by helping in a variety of activities including: removing the invasive Scotch broom, cleaning and collecting native seeds, fixing and installing habitat boxes, burning Douglas fir tree remnants for oak release, monitoring Western bluebirds, planting native plants, and much more! You can learn about the dynamic restoration process and how to identify native prairie species while having fun.

 

We meet every Tuesday from 9:00am-3:00pm and every second Saturday of the month from 10:00am-3:00pm. No experience necessary!

 

Volunteer activities for each week will vary depending on the weather and project goals. To sign up for our weekly volunteer newsletter and stay up to date on volunteer activities visit our website (southsoundprairies.org) or contact Angela and Gaby (ssvolunteers@cnlm.org) and we will add you to the list.

 

If you would like more information please contact Angela at awinter@cnlm.org. To learn more about our organization, what we do, or more ways you can help the South Sound prairies, please visit our website (southsoundprairies.org) and Facebook page.

We welcome

Groups

Families

International Volunteers

How To Apply


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