Stewardship - Darlin Creek Preserve (Olympia)

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Stewardship - Darlin Creek Preserve (Olympia)

Celebrate spring's arrival by nurturing native plants at CLT's beautiful Darlin Creek Preserve! CLT supporters are invited to volunteer with Native Plant Salvage/WSU Extension Water Resources to plant native ferns, shrubs and trees to help protect Darlin's many acres of freshwater wetlands, salmon-bearing streams, and lowland forest habitat for both wildlife and people to enjoy. In addition to the planting (and maybe a little Scot's broom pulling), volunteers are encouraged to explore the natural splendor of Darlin by hiking the walking trails during this event.

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  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)

Darlin Creek Preserve (about 20 minutes SW of downtown Olympia)
Directions emailed upon registration  
10 AM - 4 PM (come when you can; stay as long as you'd like) 

Native Plant Salvage will provide all tools, work gloves, hot beverages and nutritious snacks to keep volunteers fueled throughout the day!

Badges

participants will earn:

Route/Place

Capitol Land Trust


Roster
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Tools, helmets work gloves and eye protection are provided.

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