Capitol Land Trust


Stewardship - Hilburn Preserve (Shelton)

Spend your last day of winter outside at Hilburn Preserve! The beginning of spring welcomes more people outside and visiting Capitol Land Trust Public Access Preserves. Join us in maintaining the trail from encroaching Himalayan blackberry. This work will also benefit the 6th grade students from Shelton who have field trips to Hilburn the following week, learning about erosion of Goldsborough Creek and completing some stewardship.

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  • Easy

Wednesday, March 18
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Shelton, WA


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Tools, gloves, and light snacks will be provided. Please dress for the weather as we work rain or shine. Sturdy shoes are recommended. Minors must be accompanied by an adult or have a Waiver Release form filled out ahead of time.

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