Nisqually Land Trust

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Stewardship Half Day - Ohop Creek

Join us to remove invasive Himalayan Blackberry in one of our Ohop Creek Protected Areas!

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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.
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We will be removing invasive Himalayan Blackberry at one of our Ohop Creek Protected Areas near Eatonville.

Join us to help in our long-term habitat restoration efforts on this Nisqually River tributary property.

Register HERE for directions to the worksite.

Work parties are rain or shine! Individual, pre-packaged, light snacks are provided. Minors are welcome provided they are accompanied by an adult.

COVID-19 Volunteer Safety Guidelines

We have adopted these practices while the pandemic persists. If someone is not able or willing to comply with these guidelines, they will be asked to leave the work party to ensure the safety of our volunteers and staff.

If you have experienced COVID-19 symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, etc.) or have been in contact with someone who has within the last two weeks, or are feeling ill in any way, please stay home.

Volunteers and staff will maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet at all times.

Volunteers and staff will wear a mask when gathered as a group. Once we are spread out and working you may choose to remove your mask, but you must put it back on any time you interact with another volunteer or staff member.

For the time being, volunteers will supply their own gloves, masks, water, and snacks.

Volunteers must not bring food to share with the group, even if it is an individually-wrapped snack.

Tools will be sanitized before each work party; volunteers and staff will continue to use the same tool throughout the work party and will not trade with others to prevent cross-contamination.

If a volunteer is diagnosed with COVID-19 within three weeks of attending a work party, we ask that they notify us.

Contact Volunteer Coordinator, Susannah, at volunteer@nisquallylandtrust.org with any questions!

No special experience or skills required. All are welcome.  

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Nisqually Land Trust


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Tools are provided. Please bring your own gloves and masks and dress appropriately for working outside, rain or shine.  

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