Stewardship - Darlin Creek Preserve (Olympia)

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Stewardship - Darlin Creek Preserve (Olympia)

Mark your calendar for the important next step following the restoration plantings that Native Plant Salvage did over the winter! Volunteers will mindfully spread mulch around all of the young native plants, to help keep the invasive species at bay, retain soil moisture, and give the young native plants more time to become established.

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Darlin Creek Preserve about 20 minutes SW of downtown Olympia - directions emailed after registration. Registration information will be forwarded to Native Plant Salvage for this event. 
10 AM - 3 PM

Nutritious snacks (like ice cream!) and hot beverages will keep volunteers well fueled throughout this important work.  Native Plant Salvage will supply gloves and tools. This event is a partnership between Capitol Land Trust and Native Plant Salvage. Guided nature walks will be offered. 

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participants will earn:

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Capitol Land Trust


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Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Tools, helmets work gloves and eye protection are provided.

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