Stewardship - Capitol Land Trust

Trip

Stewardship - Capitol Land Trust

Join the staff of the Capitol Land Trust and members of the Olympia Branch Conservation Committee on a Field Trip to Darlin Creek Preserve Trail to experience how the conservation efforts of the CLT are preserving critical habitat in the South Sound area.

Info
COVID-19: Learn about our most up-to-date guidance for participants and leaders on our COVID-19 Response page. All participants and leaders must agree to the COVID-19 Code of Conduct before participating in this Mountaineers activity.
  • *Varies*
  • Casual
  • Mileage: 2.5 mi

This activity is intended as a follow-up Field Trip for those interested parties who participated in the Conservation Committee Meeting of February 27 and are interested in learning more about the conservation efforts of the Capitol Land Trust. HOWEVER, anyone interested in learning more about the Capitol Land Trust's conservation efforts is invited to participate. 

We will meet in the parking lot entrance to the preserve - Location: 8910 Lake Lucinda Drive SW, Olympia, WA 98512. Free parking is available at the site

On February 29 beginning at 10:00 am (to approximately noon),  join Capitol Land Trust Associate Director Quita Terrell on a guided walk at CLT's Darlin Creek Preserve.  Enjoy some nature-viewing through forested wetlands and learn more about CLT and the Darlin Creek Preserve history. 

Darlin Creek Preserve Trail  – Darlin Creek Preserve protects 321 acres near Delphi Valley. Within its boundaries are more than 200 acres of healthy forest, 70 acres of diverse wetland habitat, Lake Lucinda, and important wildlife habitat for state and federally listed species. The Preserve also contains more than 2 miles of fish-bearing tributaries to the Black River: Darlin, Dempsey, and Pants Creeks. 

Badges

participants will earn:

Route/Place

Capitol Land Trust


Roster
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Dress for the weather. Bring water and something to snack on. 

Trip Reports