Capitol Land Trust

Trip

Stewardship - Kaiser Preserve (Olympia)

Help us continue to battle invasives at our Harper Conservation Easement in West Olympia. We will be spending the morning working to remove invasives like Scotch broom and Himalayan blackberry to allow for our native trees and shrubs to receive the sunlight and nutrients they need to grow!

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  • Easy

Where: 2998 Kaiser Road NW; Olympia, WA (Parking available along the shoulder of Kaiser Road)

WhenFriday, April 15 from 10am – 1pm

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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Please come prepared for a day of work in the field.  This includes close-toed shoes, long pants, water, and an extra snack.  If you have work gloves, bring those too.

We will provide all the tools necessary for the day as well as extra gloves, water, and snacks. 

 

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