Capitol Land Trust

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Stewardship - Capitol Land Trust

Join us on our beautiful Springer Lake Preserve as we work to clear small patches of invasive plants from around the shores of Springer Lake. We will be working to remove invasives like Himalayan blackberry, Scotch broom, and English ivy. The following weekend there will be a Springer Lake Picnic where you can return to enjoy your hard work and some delicious food.

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Where: 9901 Hidden Lake Lane SE; Olympia.

WhenFriday, June 17 from 10am – 1pm

Parking is limited in the end of the road so please carpool if you can or upon arrival park as close to other vehicles as possible.  Thank you!

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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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