Capitol Land Trust


Stewardship - Capitol Land Trust

Join us as we visit the Oakland Bay Historical Park to clear invasive plant species around the historic building on Oakland Bay. We will enjoy a short hike through the property, followed by the removal of blackberries, Scotch broom, and English holly. You are welcome to stay after the event and continue to explore the trail system and views of Oakland Bay.

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Where: 1400 East Agate Road, Shelton 

When: Friday, May 27 from 10am – 1pm

The entrance is very tricky to find without having been here before.  Look for a gravel road directly across from East Julian Road.  I will have placed a white, Capitol Land Trust “Event” sign along the roadside to mark the entrance. Continue down this gravel road for a short distance and you will eventually reach a paved lot with lots of parking. 


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Capitol Land Trust

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

What to bring: Protective clothing (long pants and shirt) and sturdy, close-toed shoes for outdoor work as well as a snack and some water. We will provide all the work tools necessary as well as gloves, light snacks, and extra water.

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