Nisqually Land Trust

Join our partner in a variety of stewardship and educational opportunities to restore, maintain, and learn about essential habitats along rivers, wetlands and forests.

about the land trust

The Nisqually Land Trust acquires and manages critical lands to permanently benefit the water, wildlife, and people of the Nisqually River Watershed. Founded in 1989, the Land Trust has grown to own, protect, and steward more than 6,500 acres.

Land Trust protected areas conserve important forest and shoreline habitats from the foothills of Mount Rainier to the shores of the Puget Sound. Join the Land Trust for their weekly stewardship activities to improve wildlife habitat and explore these unique places throughout the Nisqually River Watershed.

protected areas managed by the trust

  • Land Manager: Nisqually Land Trust
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Recommended Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Route/Place Capacity: 12
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Activities

Upcoming Activities



Stewardship - Mashel River

Stewardship Trip
Wednesday, September 18th, we will be continuing our efforts to eradicate Himalayan blackberry from the
Difficulty: Easy
Wed, Sep 18, 2019
No Prerequisites
7 participants
Registration closes Sep 18
The Mountaineers Branch

Stewardship - Red Salmon Creek

Stewardship Trip
Join us to remove invasive Himalayan Blackberry and English Ivy from along Red Salmon Creek.
Difficulty: Easy
Wed, Sep 25, 2019
No Prerequisites
10 participants
Registration closes Sep 25
The Mountaineers Branch

Stewardship - Upper Ohop Creek

Stewardship Trip
We will be removing invasive Himalayan Blackberry from the Upper Ohop Valley. Removing blackberry here
Difficulty: Easy
Wed, Oct 2, 2019
No Prerequisites
11 participants
Registration closes Oct 2
The Mountaineers Branch
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Titles

This is a list of titles that represent the variations of trips you can take at this route/place. This includes side trips, extensions and peak combinations. Not seeing a title that fits your trip? Log in and send us updates, images, or resources.

  • Anderson Island
  • Brighton Creek
  • Elbe
  • Hogum Bay
  • Lackamas Flats
  • Lake Saint Clair
  • Lower Reach
  • Mashel River
  • Middle Mashel
  • Mount Rainier Gateway
  • Nisqually Mashel
  • Ohop Creek
  • Powell Creek Complex
  • Red Salmon Creek
  • South Muck Creek
  • Thurston Ridge
  • Upper Muck Creek
  • Upper Ohop Creek
  • Yelm Shoreline
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