Stewardship - Oakland Bay Historical Park (Shelton)

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Stewardship - Oakland Bay Historical Park (Shelton)

Join us as we work on removing invasive species from around Malaney Creek, a salmon-bearing creek in Oakland Bay. Oakland Bay Historical Park is an 85 acre park open that is to the public. Conserved for the purpose of salmon habitat, it provides habitat for salmon as well as many other species.

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10 AM - 12 PM NOON
Oakland Bay Historical Park - directions emailed upon registration 

Tools, gloves, light snacks and warm drinks are provided. The area may be muddy, so please bring rubber boots if you have them. We will be working outdoors rain or shine so please dress in clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. It is a short walk downhill to the project site. Restrooms are available in the upper parking lot. 

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participants will earn:

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Capitol Land Trust


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The Ten Essentials

Tools, helmets work gloves and eye protection are provided.

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